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Unformatted text preview: Consequences: No objective/ universal truths about morality Argument: 1) Different culture have different moral codes Therefore, there are no universal moral truths. People have diff beliefs ==> None of them can be right Rachel: has very strange consequences 1. cannot complain that some practices are morally inferrior Action IP eventually becomes MO, so person A committing action B may be punished for it, but Person C committing that same action soon after would be praised for it. This case thus provides unequal treatment for equal actions. Culture? Individual culture? permits all actions. Paper:- psychological identity: issue of cloning 1. Introduction 2. Idenity as arbitrary Sheet1 Page 2 a. soul view (unfounded) b. body view (body-psychology swap) c. psychological view (cloning) 3. Identity from a practical view: legal application a. Crminal cases b. Civil cases 4. Conclusion...
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