Moral relativism is the idea that there is no universal or absolute set of moral principles. It’s a version of morality that advocates “to each her own,” and those who follow it say, “Who am I to judge?”
Moral relativism can be understood in several ways.
Descriptive moral relativism, also known as cultural relativism, says that moral standards are culturally defined, which is generally true. Indeed, there may be a few values that seem nearly universal, such as honesty and respect, but many differences appear across cultures when people evaluate moral standards around the world.
Meta-ethical moral relativism states that there are no objective grounds for preferring the moral values of one culture over another. Societies make their moral choices based on their unique beliefs, customs, and practices. And, in fact, people tend to believe that the “right” moral values are the values that exist in their own culture.
Normative moral relativism is the idea that all societies should accept each other’s differing moral values, given that there are no universal moral principles. Most philosophers disagree however. For example, just because bribery is okay in some cultures doesn’t mean that other cultures cannot rightfully condemn it.
Moral relativism is on the opposite end of the continuum from moral absolutism, which says that there is always one right answer to any ethical question. Indeed, those who adhere to moral relativism would say, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.”
Nah supercell has absolute culpability and responsibility for the pvp situation. They can punish players for breaking their rules while allowing the situation that forces the players to break their rules and allow rampant and unchecked corruption of their system to run wild. That is weak and two faced.
When supercell stands up and stops allowing this to happen globally then I will fully back their moral absolutism on this matter until then I am a proud moral relativist.
Number one is number one, saying I could be number one if everyone else didn’t cheat is meaningless. I could be a billionaire if it was a level playing field. I could be president if I didn’t believe government was corrupt. I could have saved those people if I wasn’t a pacifist. Meaningless because reality trumps all. No one remembers what ifs.
I don’t mind that there are other opinions on this, I have mine, you have yours and others have theirs but blindly following rules is not for me.
Getting back to mordy, he is without doubt one of the best pvp players of boom beach in the world since this game was released, respect. He wanted to be number one and he made it happen, respect. There is no doubt he worked for it and deserves to be number one. As I said before being part of a team has advantages not related to cheating.
If he couldn’t make number one without joining a Chinese team then no one can. Are we really going to cede the field of our boom beach ambitions and dreams because those in charge are too weak to do anything other than feint outrage and take their ball away?
Supercells fault, they aren’t even trying yet we are supposed to hold ourselves to their rules?