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Comparing and Contrasting the Principles of Ethical Relativism.
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Name: Course: Professor: Date: Ethical Relativism The subject of ethical relativism is heard, if not understood completely, by most of the people today. The importance of the idea of ethical relativism lies in its definition and truth of the underlying principle.
It also states that there is nothing as morally right or morally wrong. We cannot judge the views of other people from a different culture. Our ethics and morals evolve with the passage of time. The evolution in ethics occurs due to interaction with different people of different virtues and diverse cultures. Some people do think that morals and ethics should not be discussed with each other as it may cause rupture in their relation and people must live on the principle of Live an Let live others formula. But this principle is not right. It is perilous and also gutless. It is dangerous as it prevents us from pointing out the morally and ethically wrongs of the civilization. It is also cowardly as it denies our responsibility to make the world better place to survive for everyone. A different principle holds different views about the Ethical Relativism. The three major principles are: 1. Cultural Relativism: Cultural Relativism point of view is that there are no universally valid moral values, and moral principles are related to the culture of the people in which they live. Anything is right for you if your culture allows it to be. The society is the authority which could differentiate between right or wrong. If the majority of the culturists decide something to be wrong, you will have to admit it as wrong. ...
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