Yes, also when I phrase my post "human morality" I mean that that the conceptions we come up with of morality exist because of our needs as a species and as specific members of that species.
I think that the universe at large is amoral, but that life is largely "good" and "just" by default because these are conditions necessary for a healthy human population, and that is why we have evolved to crave justice and goodness. I think that the reason we have a notion of goodness and seek desire it is because it is good for us. The reason we have a notion of badness, and have an aversion to it is because it is bad for us.
I think that these conceptions of goodness and badness are inherent and universal in their fundamentals. I think that they are however distorted by the character of class relations.
For example if it is good to treat all human beings with the same qualities equally in similar situations, a sort of consistency, then instead of denying this notion a society with ethnic hierarchy will state that people of an ethnic underclass are different from a more dominant ethnic group. They will use certain justifications to claim that the ethnic group is lesser, such as "they are less intelligent" or "they are inherently violent and savage" they may even use various methods to break down, dehumanize, and deform such people so that hey begin to resemble a racial caricature, and use that as justification for continued racial hierarchy. Such an example would be for Jewish people during the holocaust being herded and labeled, treated like cattle, living in such squalor and dehumanizing conditions that cease to resemble complex human beings. Another example is black people in America who have been forced into impoverished and constantly destabilized communities. These same black people are blamed for their dysfunctional living conditions and symptoms of social strife, and these symptoms caused and done in them name of racial hierarchy, are used in order to further perpetuate it at all levels of society. One last example would be transgender people. Transgender people face a lot of internal pain and stress related disease due to a combination of gender dysphoria and societal rejection. This pain and poor health and social integration may result in many trans people committing suicide or becoming homeless. These suicides and instances of poor integration and high rates of stress related disease is further used in order to justify social disenfranchisement and abuse of transgender people.
All of these people find themselves on the wrong side of societal moral standards. I don't believe that any of these conceptions of morality are unique moral analysis and proof of moral relativism, rather I think that they are distortions of universal and consistent objective standards of human morality. That they have been distorted in order to justify hierarchical and chauvinistic ends.
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