Military Draft and Moral Response

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Philosophy

 

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Maria V

 

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March 15, 2014

 

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University

 

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B

 

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Because “right” and “wrong”, according to cultural relativists, has no universal truth one can’t conclude that the issuing of a draft is either “right” nor “wrong” in every case throughout our society. One could presume that in a society where a military draft has been a past-time, the majority of the population could believe that a draft would be “right” according to cultural relativism, but each individuals perception of the draft depends on many different factors...
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One could presume that in a society where a military draft has been a past-time, the majority of the population could believe that a draft would be “right” according to cultural relativism, but each individuals perception of the draft depends on many different factors. What is the background and influences that the culture has put on the society? What have the individuals been taught to conclude whether a military draft is acceptable or not? These would be just a few examples of how one could conclude whether or not a military draft would be “right” or “wrong” in our society...
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