Monday, 21 October 2019

Wrong Criteria for Judgment of Value

 What are the criteria for judging whether something is right or wrong?
 One of the most popular criteria in reality is statistics. It is the judgment that more people are right. Another criterion is a judgment of a group of people in power or of one person, such as a dictator. Another criterion is the blind belief in transcendental existence or idealism.
 The above criteria are subjective and relative. The problem is that people believe their standards are absolutely right. When cases occur where their their criteria do not match reality, they distort or ignore reality. Naturally, they do not know whether such distortion or disregard are problematic. In this way, absurdity continues to accumulate in the world.

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