Meta Ethics mindmap

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  • Meta Ethics
    • Moral anti realism-  There are no moral facts.
      • MORAL SUBJECTIVISM  - Moral statements can be true or fals-right or wrong- but they refer only to people's attitudes , rather than thier actions.
    • Moral realism- There are moral facts.
      • 1. MORAL ABSOLUTISM-There are absolute standards against which moral questions can be judged.
        • 2. MORAL RELATIVSM- More than one moral position on a given topic can be correct.
            • DESCRIPTIVE CULTURAL RELATIVISM- People's moral beliefs differ from culture to culture.
            • NORMATIVE CULTURAL RELATIVISM- It's not your beliefs,but moral facts themselves that differ from culture to culture.


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