Universal Axiom of Morality

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RESPECT [axiom]: Respect in a situation is subject to the principles of REGARD, OPINION, HONOR, ADMIRATION, FAVOR, and ASPECT.
OBEDIENCE [axiom]: Obedience in a situation is subject to the principles of WILLINGNESS, COMPLIANCE, and AUTHORITY.
RULE [axiom]: Rule in a situation is subject to the principles of REGULATION, LAW, and GUIDELINES.
CUSTOM [axiom]: Custom in a situation is subject to the principles of REPETITION, BEHAVIOR, MANNER, METHODOLOGY, and FAMILIARITY.
CULTURE [axiom]: Culture in a situation is subject to the principles of GROWTH, CULTIVATION, SOCIETY, and LIFESTYLE.
TRADITION [axiom]: Tradition in a situation is subject to the principles of HERITAGE, COMMONALITY, and TRANSMISSION.
BELIEF [axiom]: Belief in a situation is subject to the principles of ACCEPTANCE, FAITH, and TRUST.
PRACTICE [axiom]: Practice in a situation is subject to the principles of REPETITION, BEHAVIOR, OBSERVANCE, and ROUTINE.
PRINCIPLE [axiom]: Principle in a situation is subject to the principles of GUIDED BELIEF, MORAL RULES, and SOLUTIONS.
RIGHTS [axiom]: Rights in a situation are subject to the principles of ENTITLEMENT and LIBERTY.
ETHICS [axiom]: The ethics of a situation are subject to the rightness or wrongness of CONDUCT and MOTIVES.
EQUITABILITY [axiom]: The equitability of a situation is subject to the principles of FAIRNESS, JUSTNESS, and IMPARTIALITY.

MORALITY [universal axiom]: The morality of a situation is subject to the axioms of DISCERNING RIGHT AND WRONG, RESPECT, OBEDIENCE, RULE, CUSTOM, CULTURE, TRADITION, BELIEF, PRACTICE, PRINCIPLE, RIGHTS, ETHICS, and EQUITABILITY.