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  • Moral Relativism
    As reflective of the concept itself, the idea of a "good definition" is a contextual one. Cultural relativism revolves around the idea that all cultural notions of acceptance are bound by...

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    I tend to think that a moral system has a significant impact on how an individual views human nature. For example, an individual who embraces the relativistic position is more likely to believe...

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    Benedict makes the argument that in the context of ethics and moral conduct, individuals are bound by "consequences that are obviously local and cultural." To a great extent, Benedict's point on...

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    Rachels's main point about cultural relativism is that there are many aspects within it that are commendable, but this does not mean that we "have to accept the whole theory." Rachels concludes...

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  • Social Sciences
    One of your other questions today was about ethnocentrism. In a sense, cultural relativism can be seen as the opposite of ethnocentrism. When we are ethnocentric, we judge other people based on...

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  • Moral Relativism
    The critical connection between both is the absence of "absolutes." Cultural relativism concerns the idea of being unable to pass judgments on cultures because cultures are seen as relative....

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