The morality that you use to judge yourself, to determine for yourself what is right, wrong, or none of the above.

Often different from one's morality without. This is not necessarily perverse. If someone asks me if I believe that every human being has fundamental human rights, I will say "Yes, of course." But my internal view is more subtle -- when judging my own actions, I take into account the idea that absolutes lead to absurdities and are indicative of a refusal to think. I just try to treat other people with as much respect as I can. Trying to explain this to most people, however, would be socially foolish.

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