Morality is sophism to rationalise wants and desires ad hoc. Morality can’t be proved empirically without referring to axioms like for “the good of society” which are arbitrary in themselves. Humans are fundamentally irrational and are the same as any other species but with a higher capacity. There is no reason why a person should actually want anything at all apart from biological (and social) reasons, these things aren’t innately good or bad, they require a subject to assign these properties onto them, again based on what is good for the biological imperative. There is no universal right or wrong and truth can only describe what is and not what ought to be.
>But morality is a social construct, relativism, utilitarianism, etc.
A consensus is not the same as an epistemic morality.
>This argument negates the premise of the argument
I’m not trying to create a system of morality, I’m rejecting the basis of morality.