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Listen here you little shit.
1. You directly stated that because I believe X, I must also believe Y. This is a fundamental logical flaw. One thing does not imply another. I do not, in fact, believe in a moral law, because all terms are and always have been defined by humans, so the words “good’ and “evil” simply refer to the like or dislike humans have toward any given subject. The differentiation between good and bad are entirely subjective and can vary person-to-person.
2. Your first statement was false, so your attempted proof by contradiction does not hold. I do not arrive at moral law.
3. A google search for Kyle Nielsen returns nothing of religious or non-religious nature. wat
4. I can’t define something? Uh, why not? I can define ‘good’ and ‘evil’ in any way I wish to. I don’t see what my “atheistic worldview” has to do with my being able to define terms, especially subjective ones, at that.
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Submitted by psychewanders ; thanks for the submission!