Moral Relativism Argument on the Ethics of Confining Animals from their Habitats to Zoos.edited.docx

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MORAL RELATIVISM1Moral Relativism Argument on the Ethics of Confining Animals from their Habitats toZoos.Student’s NameInstitution AffiliationInstructor’s NameCourse numberDate
MORAL RELATIVISM2In the changing world, animals are captured from their natural habitat and confined in zoos aspets. The moral ethic behind animal confinement is controversial, with various critics onconfinement while others uphold it. The concept of animal ethics on the issue of confinement isattributed to moral relativism. Moral relativism is based on the analogy that different cultures andindividuals have different views and perceptions on the morality of a given circumstance. Thetruth and justification of ideas are not absolute and plausible with moral relativism.However,moral relativism is flawed and implausible when it comes to the confinement of animals whobelong to the wild. Confinement of animals cannot be justified on any moral grounds, regardlessof it being a common practice in the contemporary world. There ought to be moral codes thatundermine such practices contrary to animal ethics. This essay argues that moral relativism isimplausible for animal confinement despite being a common societal practice.When we fail to think, animal confinement is appealing and recommendable. Zoos protect the

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