Im just posting this in response to the object morals questions. Morals are subjective in a fine way. At one point in time, in one place, it was ok to kill newborn children who were thought to be weak; I am speaking of Sparta of course. In another time it was ok to keep slaves not of your tribe, then your nation, then your skin color. It was ok to torture people, force a confession out of them at one time. It was ok to kill prisoners of war, or make them your slaves. It was ok to offer human sacrifice to your god. Some thought it was ok to eat people; some think its ok to do so in the direst of circumstances to day. What today do we consider to be immoral that will moral tomorrow? I can think of many things, but will not name them. I could go on and name a thousand more examples of how things we believe are immoral were once considered moral. Morals are subjective across time and place, person to person. One can say that there is an objective morale code and that we have to discover it, which is another argument. Some can say that they know what the objective moral code is, the merits of which must be debated.