No ethics or no objective ethics? "If you accept that nothing is meaningful then you have to accept that there can be no ethics." Is that statment factually correct? My suspicion is that one could say that they accept ethics. One would say however that the ethics are subjective, or personal, or something along these lines. A person might add that the ethics one lives by might not have any ultimate meaning but they have meaning to me at least at the moment. Of course there is no objective right and wrong but some ethical stances will be more pleasing to me than others. I might perfer to avoid inflincting pain on others, with an occasional exception, but another person might enjoy infliciting pain others and that person is my exception. Both of our choices are objectively meaningless but subjectively meaningful.