PlatoMan is unique in that he can affirm or deny his Nature. His denial of His Nature in no way refutes its existence any more than the denial of gravity will keep one from falling.…The removal of the objective quality of human acts leave the true reality of things residing in man’s desires or in his will….Morality is then reduced to human intentions….If human acts are not objectively good and evil and only individual desires are real, how can distinctions between desires be made?–Robert R. Reilly

Are all desires equal then?