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Moral absolutism and moral relativism

What is ethical relativism?
There are no universally valid principles
All principles are related to a culture or age
No such things as good in itself
Socrates
Left no writings
Taught Plato
Argues that all humans share a common, innate understanding of what is morally…

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3. Positivism- a value judgement needs to be made, giving the first place to love
4. Personalism- people are put in first place, morality is personal and not centred on laws.
The six fundamental principles
1. Love (agape) is the only absolute
2. This love is self-giving which seeks the…

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