Has ANYBODY put forward any form of literature worth reading that argues in favor of objective morality in a godless society, that is worth reading?
Stefan Molyneux has vids on his YouTube channel explaining his objective moral theories, and he is an atheist, he also explains in his book called UPB (stands for Universally Preferable Behavior)
Pretty much any analytic philosopher working on ethics. Historically, Kant, Bentham, Sidgwick, and Hobbes would be good sources. In continental philosophy I guess Levinas ans Sartre, and De Beauvoir but I'm not too familiar with their stuff.
i think the problem is that objective morality doesnt have a basis in a secular world. this isnt necessarily a problem, since objective morality is hardly reached by divine authority that has no evidence in the physical world beyond goatfucker journals. i think you'll have to take solace in intersubjectivity, since that is the only practical route to a reasonable moral system that a secularist has. in the end, any of these conversations devolves into arguing which is the best music, or best book