morality **ISN’T **rational

Again, I explained why this statement is false in detail.

To be rational is *by definition* to be in accordance with logic.

Logic is the tool we used to reach a conclusion from a given set of premises.

Morality is a system by which we judge actions in accordance with a moral standard.

The standard, whether we're talking about morality or anything else, is the starting point aka premises. **Logic (aka rationality) can only ***begin* once we have a set of premises established.

Therefore, the act of judging actions in accordance with a moral standard is *by definition* the use of logic, which is *by definition* a rational practice.

The fact that the premises themselves are subjective **has absolutely nothing to do** with whether the process that follows is rational.

Here, let's apply the classic example of how logic works to demonstrate.

P1: All men are mortal

P2: Socrates is a man

[Insert logic here]

C: Socrates is mortal

Notice how we get from P1 & P2 to the conclusion. That tool we used to connect the dots to end up at C is the same regardless of whether P1 & P2 are real or not. If we change P1 to "all men are immortal" then logic dictates that the conclusion be changed to "Socrates is immortal". That's what being rational looks like and it applies the same either way.

Now let's try morality.

P1: Morality is about reducing harm

P2: Murder is harmful

[Insert logic here]

C: Murder is immoral

Doesn't matter if you agree with P1 or P2, what follows is a rational process.

Well when one uses there imagination possibilities are endless which was why my argument was solely based on reality, because that’s the world I live in.

Logic isn't limited to the real world, that's the point. If you do not understand that the logic you apply is just as valid in any real world circumstance as it would be towards any imaginary circumstance then you do not know what logic is.