Phil 164-11 - What this really means: X is morally wrong...

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Phil 164-11 15:14 Show that the theory has consequences that are contradictions, this can show that it’s a  weak argument, this is a more effective way.  Moral disagreement argument against cultural relativism 1. If CR is true, then moral disagreement is impossible between members of different  cultures When John says X is morally right… What this really means: X is morally right according to John’s culture. John: I’m hungry. When Sally says X is morally wrong…
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Unformatted text preview: What this really means: X is morally wrong according to Sallys culture. Sally: No, Im not hungry. 2. Moral disagreement between members of different cultures is not impossible (fact) Thats a pretty bad theory. If they belong to a culture, they belong solely to that culture. If they belong to more than one culture. Rather saying that subsets of the two cultures can overlap 3. Thus, CR is false (Modus Tollens, 1,2) 15:14 15:14...
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Phil 164-11 - What this really means: X is morally wrong...

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