stahrgazer wrote:Just because the benefit or detriment is in the eye of the beholder, doesn't change that there is a benefit and there is a detriment.
Your argument against mine is that you personally can't figure out whether it's "good" or "evil."
Just because you're not omnicient enough to figure it out, doesn't mean that good and evil doesn't exist.
And just because my definition is simplistic doesn't make it wrong.
Correct, but in each case the converse is also true. Because anyone cannot figure out good or evil doesn't mean its not there... but it also does not mean it IS.