Jeffrey Fong wrote:
While it may be politically incorrect to advise one to be dogmatic in such circumstances, one runs the risk of the sort of relativism that is being offered by some that clarifies nothing and helps no one.
But Jeffrey, aren't you running the exact same risk when advising one to be dogmatic? The application of ethics as you suggest here hasn't been made into a law, which makes it non-absolute in the societal sense. Then it's relative as well, isn't it?