Should we be either cultural relativists or skeptics about philosophical ethics? (In other words, should we believe either that normative ethics is always relative to culture or should we disbelieve that there even is such thing as a universal normative ethics?)
Group A: Aristotle Immanuel Kant Alasdair MacIntyre Jürgen Habermas Group B: James Rachels John Stuart Mill Friedrich Nietzsche Peter Singer Nel Noddings Naomi Zack
using one of each group philosophers to explain it.
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