So I keep hearing statements like the following:
If the Nazi Regime had won, would it not follow that we now looked back and called them morally good..
This notion however gets trumpeted a lot in the ‘God must exists for moral objectivity’ arguments..
It seems to me, that the aboriginal peoples of various subjugated nations and our historical view on the situation answers this in full. That is to say, as an Australian of English decent I do not look back on the way the English colonised Australia with any thought other than contempt.
I therefore would assert that moral objectivity does not hang on the idea that we need some cosmological dictator to cause our reflection on the matter to be repulsion by fear, rather I would like to say that we are rational creatures capable of viewing past acts successful or no in the correct moral light, a light built entirely on evolutionary psychology.
I’ve not heard this idea put forward anywhere else before and would be keen to know if anyone knows of a version of it that has been significantly fleshed out.
Does this not just seem clearly and distinctly true?