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A critical look at moral relativism, the philosophical theory that morality varies between individuals and cultures and so there is no objective right and wrong.
Updated: 13 Jan 2011
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1. Moral Relativism
A critical look at moral relativism, the philosophical theory that morality varies between individuals and cultures and so there is no objective right and wrong.
2. Moral Progress
Does moral relativism allow for the possibility of moral progress?

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