Frankly, a remark is merely in bad taste, neither moral nor
immoral. If he kills a person for one of these states of
being, that's immoral. Even if he refuses the person service,
that would be immoral. A remark, however, says more about the
speaker than it says about the subject.
--- Michael Robison < email@example.com> wrote:
> Robert Elkin wrote:
> There is no morality, good, bad, or ugly, in the
> book--the morality occurs only when someone with a
> specific set of beliefs about right & wrong
> & judges the book according to those beliefs.
> A man gets up and makes a racist, sexist,
> anti-homosexual, and anti-Islamic speech. Is this
> moral, immoral, or with no moral whatsoever?
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