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Ethical Relativism is defined as the belief that there is no absolute truth, only the truths of an individual or culture are to be believed. Relativists believe that different people can have different views about what is moral and immoral and solely base their morals on what is “morally right” based upon their cultures and people. According to diversity thesis there are no moral principles held by all people so there are no universals, moral values are cultural constructs (Jones 2019) I cannot say that I agree with the theory of ethical relativism, however, I do feel that in some forms it does have some truths to it.In this theory whatever the culture believes everyone must be under that same understanding kind of like an umbrella. Relativism [insist that] what is true for the individual replaces the search for absolute truth. According to moral relativism two people from different situations/cultures could disagree on whether an

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