Two Points Of Moral Relativism

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Alka Pal Intro to Ethics Instructor- Dr. Mark Journal- 2 (Moral Relativism) February 19, 2018 Ethical Relativism, what is right and wrong in overall opinion among the morality? It differs from religion, cultures, tradition, and societies viewpoint. relativist means belief, idea, proposition, claim, etc. and it’s never good, or bad, true, or false, or right or wrong. At whatever rate, moral relativism might imply that our morals have reformed, that they have changed over time, and that they are not absolute. There are two points of moral Relativism firstly, its consents for the wide diversity of the culture and practice. It also allows explaining morality of the culture, understanding, knowledge, and modern change in society. Second, ethical…show more content…
As so far whatever and in whichever religion, culture, the tradition we believe is true. In every situation, we all look different way, and the knowledge of being right or wrong never applies to moral beliefs. Cultural moral relativism, it varies from culture to culture, all cultures are equally important, and there is not a single culture which whom we can say is better than any other. And it depends on that finally there is no standard of good or bad. So, every decision regarding right and wrong is the result of society. Any estimation on ethics and morality is subject to the cultural viewpoint of each person. Finally, this means that any moral or ethical system cannot be considered actual right and wrong. There are four consequences of moral relativism. Firstly, Cross-Cultural judgment as meaningless. It simply means that we cannot say Buddhism cultural is wrong or Christian cultural is wrong, we cannot even say that slavery was bad around hundred years ago it’s was just acceptable at that time. “we would not be able to either condemn or praise practices alien to our own culture. Our circle of moral judgment would be limited to those acts, beliefs, and rules within our own culture. We could certainly pass judgment on other practices, but our judgment would be objectively meaningless.” (page #
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