Arguments Against Moral Relativism

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Moral relativism comes into play in this debate because it is society that sets the standard as to what is acceptable or not, and morals and norms change over time. If society deems something that was thought of as immoral to be acceptable, and creates legislation protecting individuals within that specific category, or creates legislation that protect them within the human rights codes -- people who fight against those, or even voice their stand, face legal ramifications, based on discrimination. That is why I believe that rights should have limits, in that special interests groups rights shouldn't supersede other people's rights. My position towards homosexual unions is largely related to what the Bible says-- so my religious beliefs.

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