Saturday, June 2, 2018

Moral Deviation Theory Revised

Some time ago, I created something called moral deviation theory which postulates that deviation from a definite point of morality with a positive linear slope has a concurrent deviating line which represents current morality. In reality, the x-axis in time and the y-axis is a constant (horizontal slope) as morality is constant but what we know about it is not, but it should be represented as a constant as sin and virtue are absolutes and absolute morality is the integral of time and virtue and the purging of all sin included in this integral. The only reason the first theory was inaccurate is because it assumed absolute morality existed in a form it does not. Substitute morality (misread morality) was likened to absolute and defined as absolute morality, but any line that deviates from the absolute morality line with a horizontal slope in any postulated theory is due to lack of knowledge, the rise in sin and shallow morality (must be factored out of the first theory, using an absolute morality line, to explain better the second and the nature of morality) passing as real morality through distraction, short cuts, lack of thought, mediation and an allegiance and best upholding of morality and all of the skewing or negating factors are rooted in manipulation solely as the only primary root.

Once again, shallow morality, a lack of knowledge, and the rise of sin must be factored out of the first theory and an absolute line of absolute morality introduced, the concurrent line deviation was due to shallow morality, a lack of knowledge, and the rise of sin primarily and the positively sloped line was due to a misreading of the nature of morality and the functioning of the world and the nature of sin and virtue.

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