Monday, 28 July 2014

RE.: "Why can't you accept that the world is meaningless, without rules?"

Your persuasion is meaningless, then?

If the world is a meaningless, amoral world, then what does it matter what I choose to accept and believe? Do you consider it meaningful, important, and worth-while to convince me that I am wrong?

Do you accept, then, that the code you live by is undeniably groundless?

If the world is meaningless, then whatever moral code one embraces is utterly irrational and futile. If the world is godless, meaningless, and thus amoral, then can you accept that killing babies is, on no universal, absolute ground, wrong?