Tonight I am feeling rather philosophical, and I want to ask a deeply philosophical question that has been debated in philosophical circles for hundreds of years.
Is morality relative? That is, is morality a black-and-white issue? Is right right and wrong wrong, no matter what?
Let's take circumstantial morality for example. Is theft always wrong? What about a person who's on the verge of starvation and shoplifts a loaf of bread from a store?
Let's also take cultural morality into account. Something may be considered immoral in our culture, but completely normal in another. And vice versa, things that may seem completely normal to us can be considered immoral in another culture.
Is there any such thing as right and and wrong? Does everything depend completely on circumstance? What are your thoughts?