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Cultural relativism is the idea that a person's beliefs, values, and practices should be .... He assumed a much broader notion of culture, defined as. the totality of ...

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Answer: Cultural relativism is the view that all beliefs, customs, and ethics are ... In other words, “right” and “wrong” are culture-specific; what is considered moral  ...

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Cultural relativism definition, a concept that cultural norms and values derive their meaning within a specific social context. See more.

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Cultural Relativism - Can the notions of ethics and morality be viewed through ... The loose way in which modern society defines these ideas has made it ...

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an ability to understand the behavior of transcultural patients (those who move from one culture to another) within the context of their own culture. See also ...

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Right and wrong defined by social norms. ... Cultural relativism is the view that no culture is superior to any other culture when comparing systems of morality, ...

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Cultural relativism is the principle of regarding the beliefs, values, and practices of a culture from the viewpoint of that culture itself. Originating in the work of ...

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Cultural relativism refers to not judging a culture to our own standards of what is right or wrong, strange or normal. Instead, we should try to understand cultural ...

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The Universalism vs. Cultural Relativism debate has existed in legal scholarship for decades, and is increasingly entering public discourse on international law ...