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Moral objectivism may refer to: Robust moral realism, the meta-ethical position that ethical sentences express factual propositions about robust or ...

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Moral Relativism and Objectivism. 1. Moral Relativism: The view that what is morally right or wrong depends on what someone thinks. (To which the claim that  ...

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The present essay is a defense of a view called moral objectivism and attack on its opposite, subjectivism or moral relativism. Moral relativism is probably the ...

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Attempts to answer this question reveal two fundamentally different assumptions from which moral reflection begins. Moral objectivism holds that at least some ...

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Moral objectivism, as I use the term, is the view that a single set of principles determines the permissibility of any action, and the correctness of any judgment ...

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Moral objectivism is the position that moral truths exist independantly from opinion. There are several versions of moral objectivism, of varying levels of strentgth.

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Oct 23, 2015 ... This lesson defines the concept of morals. Using global examples, it also contrasts the moral relativism, moral subjectivism, and moral...

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Aug 28, 2011 ... Chapter Three The Case For Moral Objectivism The theory that moral principles have objective validity. This validity is independent of cultural ...

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Jun 15, 2010 ... My morality, the morality of reason, is contained in a single axiom: existence exists—and in a single choice: to live. The rest proceeds from ...