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Shannon Yiadom, 12 Ursula

Explain what is meant by moral absolutism (25 marks)

Moral absolutism is the belief that there are absolute standards against which moral questions can be
judged and that certain actions are either right or wrong regardless of the situation. This means that
actions are either moral…

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Shannon Yiadom, 12 Ursula

situations, moral absolutism can be intolerant of cultural traditions and other's beliefs. Some may
argue, how can we know what is fundamentally right and wrong and where is the evidence for these
universal absolute morals?




Well written, clear and concise.  Thank you for showing us this essay, I'd give it an A (22/25) 

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