其次，阿比亚的第二个分歧道德围绕解释内容意义的概念（Appiah 34）。换句话说，它指的是以许多不同的可能方式来解释任何给定的内容;有些时候个人可以分享词汇及其含义的相同知识，然而内容的整体含义却有不同的解释。在这种情况下，Appiah使用了两个术语：“开放纹理”和“可竞争”。开放纹理描述了这样一个概念，即任何两个具有相同术语和术语含义相同知识的人可以对内容有两种单独的解释。这是他们文化差异的结果。在文化差异的过程中，具有相同知识的人可能会将他们的信息应用于某种情况（Skold 5-23）。而“有争议的”是指引起或产生分歧或争论的条款;预计这些条款会导致冲突。换句话说，对一个给定的术语及其应用的任何理解都源于争论。
最后，分歧的第三种道德讨论的分歧是我们对我们的价值观和词汇加重的结果（Skold 5-23）。他指出，我们可能与其他人的不同之处在于我们的价值有多重，即我们的价值权重可能与别人不同。例如，在上述情况下，新城市认为离开一个婴儿的想法比丹麦妇女更多，这是他们背景文化差异的结果（Skold 5-23）。 Appiah试图澄清这样一个观点，即有分歧并不一定意味着人们不同意这个观念的信念，而是在争论他们对自己的价值观或道德的重视程度。换句话说，他们试图证明自己的理由是为了衡量自己的价值在多大程度上影响着他们的日常生活。
Secondly, Appiah’s second moral of disagreement revolves around the concept of interpretation content meaning (Appiah 34). In other words, it refers to the interpretation of any given content in many different possible ways; there may be times when individuals share the same knowledge of vocabulary and its meaning, however the overall meaning of the content is interpreted differently. In this context, Appiah uses two terms: “open-textured” and “contestable.” Open textured depicts the idea that any two individuals with the same terminology and same knowledge of the meaning of the terms can have two separate interpretations of the content. This is a result of variations in their cultures. During to cultural variations, individuals with the same knowledge may apply their information different to a certain situation(Skold 5-23). Whereas, “contestable” refers to the terms that are cause or create disagreements or arguments; such terms are expected to result in conflicts. In other words, any understanding of a given term and its applications is stemmed from arguments.
Lastly, the third moral of disagreement discusses the disagreements are a result of the weight we put on our values and vocabulary(Skold 5-23). He states that we may differ from other individuals in terms of how much weight we place of our values i.e. our weightage of a value may different from someone else’s. For example, in the situation given above the New City valued the idea of leaving a baby attended more than the Danish women did which was a result of their background culture differences(Skold 5-23). Appiah attempts to clarify the idea that that having a disagreement does not necessarily mean that one is disagreeing with ones beliefs of the idea but is arguing over the significance of the weight they place on their values or morals. In other words, they attempt to justify their reasons for weighting their value to such an extent and how much it affects their day to day lives.