It seems that by using philosophy, anyone can argue for or against anything

It seems that by using philosophy, anyone can argue for or against anything

It seems that by using philosophy, anyone can argue for or against anything (even if one plus one equals two in the decimal numbering system, or that if I am really sitting in a chair right now (what is a "chair?"). After all, I have found a few philosophical and academic articles arguing in favor of trivialism, which is possibly the most bizarre and absurd philosophical view ever. Is there such a thing as something being morally wrong to everyone in the literal sense? Are there actually philosophical literature or articles that support or present arguments "for" rape, incest, adult-child sex, the torturing of infants for amusement, serial murder, terrorism, cannibalism, bestiality, necrophilia, or similar things? I would not be surprised if there is at least "one" philosopher who supports one of those acts, or if there is at least one philosophical and scholarly article that argues in favor of any of those acts.

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