Dualism In Morality
So, I'm finally playing Socrates Jones and I've noticed something...iffy. I've never addressed this issue before but playing the game is causing it to eat at me: Morality is dualistic - based on "right" and "wrong" or "good" and "evil". However, not everything determining what is ethical is based on the claim of right or wrong, good or evil.
I believe in situational ethics yet follow a set creed. This creed is based on what my heart has generally "told" me to do in certain situations. However, those points in my creed either tell me to do one thing without claiming anything else to be right/wrong OR tell me to not do something without claiming other options to be right/wrong. My sense of ethics, thus, is based on how I should - or rather, will - act in a situation rather than claims to right and wrong (since those claims can lead to absolutism, even "situational absolutism").
So these are the questions to address:
1) Why does morality generally focus only on "right" and "wrong"?
2) How can morality be altered to not focus on right and wrong or, perhaps, how would morality without focus on right or wrong function?