The culture neutral standard of right and wrong is

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) The Culture-Neutral Standard of Right and Wrong is judging whether apractice promotes or hinders the welfare of the people whose lives areaffected by the practice.
What is ethical relativism?
What is the principle of utility?
Act only on a maxim that you can will to become a universal principle.Act only on rules that are necessary for social living.Follow social conventions.Freud thought that questioning the meaning of life was a sign of what?
Schopenhauer saw some hope to a futile life in what?FaithWorship of GodEasternphilosophyChristianity
According to Bertrand Russell, what do we need to do about the meaninglessness oflife?
According to Rachels, what is a major problem with the Social Contract Theory
What is the fundamental claim of Moral Absolutism (also called Formalism)?
In scientific inquiry reasoning terminates when what is reached?Human interestSimple facts about the physical worldConsensusControversyAccording to Rachels, ethics is a matter of doing what?
According to Tolstoy, how can humans connect with the meaning of life?

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