Refuting Moral Relativism

Document Type:Essay

Subject Area:Psychology

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Therefore, moral relativism remains nothing but a philosophy that not only obstructs morale absolutes but it also kills them as well. Belief in moral relativism contends its adherents as the number one public suspect that has killed the moral principles of our societies (Harman & Thomson, 2016). The philosophy has swept away the truth of moral absolutes from the minds of teachers and students. It is clears that if this philosophy is not reversed it will kill the civilisation of the humanity, therefore in this paper I want to refute this philosophy of moral relativism with two arguments based on social conditioning and freedom. In arguing for moral relativism, the role of social conditioning comes into play. Primarily, the focus also denotes that it should result in consequences and bad moral deeds should result in bad consequences.

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