... I suggest that the same moral law applies equally to each human being.
If some action is wrong for me, surely it is also wrong for you.
If an action is morally permissible for me, then surely it is permissible for you too.
How could different moral laws govern us when we are the same kind of thing?
...Why must all of morality be either relativistic or absolute?
In my opinion, there are two kinds of moral judgment:
one kind is relativistic, the other is absolute.
... I think moral claims about abortion (for example) are relativistic:
whether abortion is moral depends on context... I am a moral relativist regarding the morality of abortion. But I reject the idea that all moral claims are relativistic...
There are many moral claims that I think count as absolute; for example, claims regarding sexual assault, slavery, torture, child pornography, stalking.
If moral relativism is true, then none of these are really wrong.
For the complete blog post, see immediately below.