07-13-2016, 07:08 PM
I'll try to elaborate on the "difference between Right and Wrong is Subjective".
A man pulls a gun out. Whether that is right or wrong depends on who is pulling a gun on who. If it is a cop pulling a gun in defense of a civilian being attacked, most people would consider that to be the "right" thing to do. Flip the coin. The person pulling the gun is a robber demanding money from a store clerk or some gang banger, then it is considered to be in the wrong.
Here is another one. Being christian. In the US, since Christian is the most common religion here, it is considered to be the "right" religion. But Christianity in Muslim countries and territories is considered to be the "wrong" religion. Likewise, there are quite a few people in the US that would consider Muslim to be the "wrong" religion. Another decent example could be Jews in Nazi Germany.
Another example, probably far more important than the other two because people dont even give a passing interest. Do you eat steak? Here, a-okay. In Hindu countries, very very wrong and exceptionally offensive. Try something else that most people would not even pay attention to. Brushing your teeth. Excluding bad breath, most people dont pay attention to such an action since it is not considered to be illegal or immoral. But that kind of data is worth a ton to Dental Insurance companies who will use that data to fine anyone that does not brush their teeth exactly in a prescribed manner. Purposefully subjective interpretation biased by incentive of increasing profits or reducing payouts. Taken a step further, Dental Insurance Carriers will soon demand any effort to hide your Brushing activities and Dental Hygiene habits from them is evidence that you are putting their financial profits at risk.
Another example, also equally important because it is not behaviorally based is Genetics. Are you brown? Youre more likely to be a criminal. Do you have a genetic predisposition to have Diabetes or Heart Disease? That is not something a person has any control over what so ever, but because of the increased risk factor to Insurance Providers, that information will be used to increase your premiums and deny coverage.