As such, the former form denotes that morality differs from one individual to the other while the latter means that morality varies culturally.
“Morality is relative, a matter of conventions relative to a particular society” as stated by Peter Cave (2009), a British professor in philosophy. This means that even though morality is conventional to a particular society, it is relative since not all societies have the same beliefs and practices towards a certain type of conventional truth. Hence, it can be inferred that morality is relative in a general sense.
Some individuals perceive morality as relative at all times whether in the individual or cultural level. This entirely depends either on the individual self or on the norms of the society. Every individual has its own freewill that is why what is moral depends solely on his or her belief. However, morality in a society is conceptualized as a whole and so every part of that society considers one moral concept as good or bad but this belief may not hold true to other societies. A moral judgment is not absolute or universal “but is relative to the traditions or convictions of a group of persons” (Gowans, 2008). Hence, I do believe that all morals are