Moral Relativism Research Paper

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Moral Values Moral relativism focuses on a philosophy outlook that asserts there is no global, absolute moral law that applies to all people, for all time, and in all places. Instead of an objective moral law, it espouses a qualified view where morals are concerned, especially in the areas of individual moral practice where personal and situational encounters supposedly dictate the correct moral position. Robin Schumacher “What is Moral Relativism” Sept 2013 A good reference of this article in motion can be seen in with deficit that occurred in the American financial and banking industry. The teaching in the relative morality with the philosophy ethics of business proceeded to live out those teachings on Wall Street and in other corporate…show more content…
Appealing to the relative whims of society or personal preferences doesn’t provide satisfying answers. A better response to the question necessitates that an individual have: (1) an unchanging standard he can turn to, and (2) an absolute authority by which proper moral obligation and be defended. Without these, morals/ethics simply becomes emotionally based preferences. Rape, for example, can never be deemed wrong; the strongest statement that can be made about rape is “I don’t like it.” Robin Schumacher “What is Moral Relativism” Sept 2013 In comparison to the moral relativist whose view circles the Christian standards the law can be referenced at all times. In the reference to the GOD himself, words written by law for morals. From the nature of God leads to pureness that helps guide from all evil. God’s image doesn’t come lightly with humanity (Gen. 1:26-27) we as people should automatically receive the knowing of Gods moral law. (Rom. 2:14-15). We as people have the option on whether or not they want to believe in God and to respect his moral law, but in denying Him, they lose the ability to ground an objective moral law in something that transcends the physical universe. Robin Schumacher “What is Moral Relativism” Sept
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