All social and moral declarations are founded in
belief and not in direct personal experience.

Because of the nature of society and
collective morality, it is a collective
of beliefs. Although these beliefs
may have originated through a person's
central experience of their world,
the beliefs are now a shared experience.

And, because individuals cannot have identical
experiences - due to the fundamental nature
of their individuality; their beliefs -
social and moral declarations - cannot
be held as universal.