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Medical Ethics Darin Harootunian 9/28/11 2 The Argument of Moral Progress 1) If Cultural Relativism is true, then there can be no moral progress. 2) There is moral progress. (considered moral judgment) Thus, 3) Cultural Relativism isn t true. (1, 2) Evaluate the Argument of Moral Progress: Is it deductively valid? Is it sound? What reasons does Rachels offer in support of the premises? This argument, if sound, gives us a reason to deny which premise(s) in the Non-Deductive Argument for Cultural Relativism? Now, let s turn to the next section of the paper, Why There is Less Disagreement than It Seems? Why There is Less Disagreement than It Seems? With respect to making his larger case against Cultural Relativism, what is Rachels doing in this section of the paper? Let me give you a hint: This section should have immediately followed the section on the Cultural Differences Argument. Now why do I say that? Because he
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