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Week Two Application One

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Week Two Application One Questions: 1. Do you agree with the results/analysis? 2. Were you surprise by the results? “Your overall position is inconsistent, as you accept both relativism and moral objectivity!” I am surprised by these results. Although I am actually a little bit happy that I fall between both sides, and really could not be labeled to which one. I do agree with these results because I have always felt conflicted over my moral compass. My biggest problem is I am afraid to get things wrong. Knowing that not all moral questions have a correct answer is a little concerning. How am I supposed to know if I am right or wrong? The answer is that “human beings can gain objective knowledge from perception through the process of concept formation and inductive and deductive logic ” (Objectivism (Ayn Rand), 2010). 3. Note your reactions on the printed results and describe your general conclusions about your own moral compass.
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