Right or Wrong - Right or Wrong By Garrett Koos Nietzsche,...

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Right or Wrong By Garrett Koos Nietzsche, Cicero; two different philosophers, two different points of view, obviously. While Nietzsche believes reason in general as an excuse to not provide a right or wrong answer, and Cicero believes that law is right reason in regards to justice. Is reason just an excuse, or is it a way of deciphering different points of view from different people. Reason can be different from each different person. If we look at reasoning as neither right nor wrong, correct or incorrect; we get the opportunity to see it for what it is. Reasoning can be looked at as a different point of view from person to person, culture to culture. For example, polygamy in Utah is culturally acceptable by the Mormons that participate in it as a natural belief of the Book of Mormon. However, there is a secondary Mormon culture that does not believe in polygamy, and lives by today’s societal standards. Both Mormon cultures have good reasoning as far as following their beliefs, however the Mormon group is referred to as no “socially acceptable.” So because one
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