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Cultural Relativism- Critical Analysis Essay
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Cultural Relativism - Critical Analysis Essay Post “According to cultural relativists, there are no universal moral principles. Instead, morality is nothing more than socially approved customs.” (284) I am in disagreement of cultural relativism for several reasons.
Argument in standard form Premises 1. According to cultural relativists, there are no universal moral principles. 2. Each society has its own different codes of conduct 3. Each moral or code of conduct applies only to the society in question. 4. We should adopt an attitude of tolerance towards the custom practices of other cultures Conclusion There is no objective truth in morality; it is nothing more than socially approved customs in a given culture. Discussion Cultural relativism is where each culture or ethnic groups is to be viewed on its customs, behavior on values and norms and not on the basis of those of other cultures or ethnic groups. Cultural relativists see moral norms as a result of culture. They see that many cultures disagree widely on moral norms and values, and there is no way which is clear to solve the differences therein. They, therefore, conclude that there are no accepted objective truths. Cultural relativists see other cultures, not as different not as “wrong”. According to premise one above, it wrong to say that there are no universal moral principles, according to cultural relativists. ...
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