THE PROBLEM OF RELATIVISM Relativism : this is the theory that truths and values depend on particular viewpoints. One cannot say that certain things are good or ...
1 What is Relativism? PaulBoghossian INTRODUCTION Few philosophers have been tempted to be relativists about absolutely every-thing—although, we are told, there ...
RELATIVISM, ABSOLUTISM, AND DEMOCRACY FELIX OPPENHEIM University of Delaware INTRODUCTION Political convictions may be said to be tied up with ... Down
RELATIVISM, ABSOLUTISM, AND DEMOCRACY FELIX OPPENHEIM University of Delaware INTRODUCTION Political convictions may be said to be tied up with …www.jstor.org/stable/1951296
Relativism—Descriptive and Normative -- A “moral code” consists in the beliefs (whether true or false, reasonable or unreasonable, humane or barbaric) about ...web.nmsu.edu/~dscoccia/101web/101ethrelativ.pdf
1 THE CHALLENGE OF CULTURAL RELATIVISM by JAMES RACHELS “Morality differs in every society, and is a convenient term for socially approved habits.”rintintin.colorado.edu/~vancecd/phil1100/Rachels1.pdf
1 Ethical Relativism 1. Ethical Relativism: In this lecture, we will discuss a moral theory called ethical relativism (sometimes called “cultural relativism”).rintintin.colorado.edu/~vancecd/phil1100/relativism.pdf