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Amy Makram PHI 240 1/27/18 Ethical Self-Awareness Moral Relativism is defined as the position that moral or ethical propositions do not reflect universal moral truths, but they do rely on social, cultural, or personal experiences. An analogy of this might be religion, Christianity for example has many branches that share common beliefs but they have different traditions that celebrate them. This example can be used to show how morals can differ from person to person such as
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  • Fall '10
  • OLSON
  • Belief, Moral relativism, Amy Makram

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