1 - Moral Relativism vs Moral Objectivism MR all moral...

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Moral Relativism vs. Moral Objectivism MR : all moral principles are valid relative to culture or individual choice. There are no universally valid moral principles. (MR Moral Skepticism : there are no valid moral principles at all.) MR : (1) subjectivism : morality is a personal decision (2) conventionalism : morality is a social decision MO : (some) moral principles are universally valid. The strongest form – moral absolutism : there is exactly one right answer to every question. A moral principle can never be overridden. A weaker form: moral principles are universally valid but not always applicable.
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