The crises of values and the sake of man: subjectivism
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The subjective search for an advantage exempts nobody from collaborating for the common good to be served for higher inclinations; responsibility makes us seek the good of others as one’s own, it also guards against permissiveness or forced rights that annihilate the values of life and lead to the civilization of death.
With the claim of rights which are unjustified by duties, the value of responsibility is rejected as an obstacle to voluptuousness and arbitrary will, to the point of violating the rights of others.
Only revealed truth, virtues and models of humanity can recover the reality of morality, showing experiences lived in happiness and in the growth or destruction of the common good.