But why doesn’t Relativism in the definition of Truth have nothing to do with Relativism in ethics? Please expand.
I don’t see “The sun shines on my side of the planet but not your’s” as a relativistic. The movement of the sun is an absolute of itself. It is impossible for the sun to shine directly on 100% of the earth, an absolute.
Do I like Secular Humanism? To be honest, not really. I have studied it, as well as Cosmic Humanism and I don’t think it is possible to live consistantly with either of those two worldviews. I’d go into this more, I think we’re getting off the topic of morality, so without further ado, I return to Ethics:
No one answered my question about me stealing a relativist’s car. Could someone give me an answer?
ps: The ultimate question of Morality is this: What if you are wrong and you die?