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Is Morality Objective?
Only physical laws can be objective. A law that doesn't change the behavior of particles of matter is nominal, never knowable, cannot be debated, and doesn't really exist. The universe does not contain a disobey-able rule.
This is a false dichotomy. The divide between objectivity and subjectivity is a spectrum, not a Boolean condition.
All things that exist, even things in the mind, have some physicality (quarks, gluons, etc.). Things that are physical are objective. Since moral facts are just mental states, morality is objective.
This statement is not a physical law. So it is not objective, and being non objective has no real relevance to the discussion.
The laws of logic and mathematics do not change the behaviour of physical particles, but they are objectively true, discoverable, and debatable.
Objective truths are not laws. If you are sitting in a chair, it is not a law that you sit in that chair, but it is an objective fact.