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Unformatted text preview: Assignments Week 6 Discussion This is an opinion question, please respond BEFORE reading the text. Post due Sat. Feb 13 you do not need to respond to others in this space but go in and read what others had to say If you look out into the world today, it seems that where you live can determine what you feel is a correct moral action. For example, if you live in certain parts of the world, it seems "right" to allow men to drive but not allow women to do so, or to assume that certain races and ethnicities deserve more rights than other races and ethnicities. Of course in the US these beliefs are considered morally wrong by most but if you were to ask other cultures about US culture, they may say that WE are being morally incorrect in allowing women to do certain things or NOT considering race and ethnicity as relevant for determining rights! So, is moral right and wrong determined by culture?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/16/2011 for the course PHIL 101 taught by Professor Online during the Fall '09 term at Pierce College.
- Fall '09