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Competing moralities

In a previous comment, you suggested I accept the prevalent definition of a free market because "we have to agree on basic meanings of words or else communication is lost."

In this last comment, you said the marketplace is where people with competing needs and competing moralities duke it out. But shouldn't the same logic you applied to prevalent definitions of words apply to morals, i.e, we have to agree on the prevalent definition of morality in order to communicate about what is moral or immoral? (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference) (Fast and Furious hearing)