Can We Know Truth In Ethics

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Philosophy

 

Written by:

Walter R

 

Date added:

December 3, 2012

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Truth is how things really are. No matter how you or where you are raised, this is still correct. It does not matter your beliefs of culture upbringing, truth still has the same definition. One of the biggest reasons people have trouble with this concept is because we all have are own beliefs and truths, so it's hard to think that there is only one truth, and it might not be what they think or believe...
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For this reason some people do not want to peruse truth or change their ways to accept what truth really is, and they will never be able to understand it or grasp because of this. If there is truth in ethics then there has to be a reason why society has not found a universal truth yet. From what we discussed in class, on the positive side for truth we determine that everyone is born with conscience, we might come to a consensus in the future, we haven't had the chance or really tried to find a universal truth, truth is testable, and the good and intelligent people argument is not conclusive and they don't disagree...
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