Moral objectivism may refer to: Robust moral realism, the meta-ethical position
that ethical sentences express factual propositions about robust or ...
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
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 ...
Ethical Objectivism (or Moral Objectivism) holds that the truth or falsity of moral
judgments does not depend upon the beliefs or feelings of any person or group
Attempts to answer this question reveal two fundamentally different assumptions
from which moral reflection begins. Moral objectivism holds that at least some ...
Morally, Objectivism advocates the virtues of rational self-interest—virtues such
as independent thinking, productiveness, justice, honesty, and self-responsibility.
Objectivism is a philosophical concept that can be a bit difficult to fully understand
. However, the main focus of objectivism is that the greatest possible moral ...
Oct 23, 2015 ... This lesson defines the concept of morals. Using global examples, it also
contrasts the moral relativism, moral subjectivism, and moral...
Jul 3, 2010 ... Disclaimer: I am not espousing any particular normative moral theory; rather I
only wish to advance a meta-ethical one: moral objectivism.
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2. Relativism vs. Objectivism. Moral Relativism. • The view that there are no
universal or objective moral standards. Morality is relative to a given culture or