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It's moral relativism, sure, and, once again, there is no point trying to defend Suarez.
Maybe moral relativism has taken too strong a hold on today's society.
Cultural relativism is the form of moral relativism which holds that all ethical truth is relative to a specified culture.
"When policies do not presume or promote objective values, the resulting moral relativism tends instead to produce frustration, despair, selfishness and a disregard for the life and liberty of others," he added.
Trinity was liberal in the 1960s, teaching situation ethics and moral relativism and bringing in dissenters to give "retreats." Its Catholic identity was less important than its worldly one.
His thoughts and actions generate dilemmas about responsibility and moral relativism.
This book is an extended refutation of the new moral relativism that seeks to equate Allied violence with Nazi or Japanese crimes.
The heart of the book is the authors' chapter-length examinations of eight worldviews: Individualism, Consumerism, Nationalism, Moral Relativism, Scientific Naturalism, the New Age, Postmodern Tribalism, and Salvation by Therapy.
Jan Narveson (Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, University of Waterloo, Ontario) presents This Is Ethical Theory, a straightforward analysis of ethics and moral theory that covers perspectives including utilitarianism, natural law, egoism, virtue ethics, moral relativism, intuitionism, emotivism, prescriptivism, and more.
RELIGIOUS CONSERVATIVES are quick to indict secularists on the lofty charge of moral relativism," and, curiously, the accused are usually sluggish at best to raise a serious defense.
Below this text is a statement that says he believes in moral absolutes such as the Commandments rather than moral relativism such as the Humanist Manifesto.
"We will have to become more and more used to religious pluralism, with respect for the others, without falling into doctrinal or moral relativism," Patriarch Daniel said at the Conference of European Churches.