Is a product of a dyadic system. The Conscience as the “organ” of perception of What is Important however does not ask a dyadic question but rather a triadic one, “What is important” to me now.
In addition to a simplistic dyadic assumption, the other assumption made by the notion of morality at an “instance” level is that of [[Authority 🔘/Authority outside of the Self]]
Morality can’t be assessed for an individual action but only at the level of a more complete whole.
Morality is based in the assumption of universal absolutism.
Morality doesn’t acknowledge the (CDT) developmental distinctions of what is helpful and important.
And that it can only be defined by the individual in a situation-moment