Should there be a LOGICAL test for morality?

If there is NONE, then everyone does their own thing; If there is one, then at least there is a common logical point of reference. Example the one below. Begin 1: Was the action (s), or omission, done by mature, mentally sane human? Yes. Go to # 2 No. Go to # 9 2: Would the action (s) be comparable to vile... show more If there is NONE, then everyone does their own thing;
If there is one, then at least there is a common logical point of reference. Example the one below.

Begin
1: Was the action (s), or omission, done by mature, mentally sane human?
Yes. Go to # 2
No. Go to # 9

2: Would the action (s) be comparable to vile disgusting animal behavior such as: defecating in public, puking in public, and the like
Yes. Go to # 8
No. Go to #3

3. Was the action (s), or omission, driven by greed / selfishness?
Yes. Go to # 8
No. Go to # 4

4. Would the action (s) or omission violate JUST law(s), or Rule(s) of conduct ?
Yes. Go to # 8
No. Go to # 5

5. Would the action harm those innocent, or vulnerable?
Yes. Go to # 8
No. Go to # 6

6. Would the action / omission set a, disgusting, harmful, precedent if tolerated
Yes. Go to # 8
No. Go to # 7

7. Would the action(s), omission, benefit another while NOT harming others?
Yes. Go to # 10
No. Go back to #1. Review the action, or omission.

8: Immoral- behavior that is bad, disgusting, harmful to others
9: Amoral – Action, or omission, is neither right or wrong.
10: Moral – behavior is good, acceptable, commendable, aligns with the golden
rule.
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