What two claims must the moral relativist accept a

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Chapter 15 / Exercise 8
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1.What TWO claims must the moral relativist accept? a.All moral judgments are only relative to some standardsb.And that standard is not itself uniquely justified
2.How are subjectivism and cultural relativism similar in the claims they accept about morality? How do they differ?
3.What are the main components of the argument that the cultural relativist gives for their position?
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4.How does Mill attempt to refute moral relativism? What is Mill’s argument for why the Greatest Happiness Principle should be the standard for morality?
5.What is the significance, for the utilitarian moral theory, of Mill’s claim that it is better to be a human unsatisfied than a pig satisfied?a.The significance is that mill assumes that being a pig satisfied is only being “physically” satisfied while humans can have mental satisfaction. b.Mill says there IS an objective standard for morality--happiness, and the GHP.c.Everyone aims for happiness because that is the ultimate goal.d.Happiness (again) is pleasure and the absence of paine.Just incase you were wondering, happiness is pleasure and the absence of pain.

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