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Jean-Jacques Rousseau,the famous Genevanphilosopher, says "What I think is right, is right; and what I think is wrong, is wrong.

 Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the famous Genevan philosopher, says "What I think is right, is right; and what I think is wrong, is wrong." A convicted serial killer Craig Price believes that "morality is a matter of private choice." Do you think there is a difference between these two moral statements or are they, more or less, the same? Do you agree with what each of them is saying? For what reasons?

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