There exist objective moral truths
I do believe there exist objective moral truths, such as, "a person being punished for something they did not do is wrong."
But, there exist counter arguments and positions which believe there are no objective moral truths, because ethical knowledge is usually subjective or relative which means they cannot be consider objective. Such as non-cognitivism and emotivism
Obviously the process to figure out what is objectively moral would be a difficult one, but can it be done? Consensually, empirically?
Are there objective moral truths? What are they?!?!