Review of "The Challenge of Cultural Relativism"
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June 25, 2016
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Therefore cultural relativism
denies the possibility of any objective foundation for moral rules or obligations.
In the sections 2.1 and 2.2 The author defines what Cultural Relativism is all about by
giving us a glimpse of different cultural practices form more accepted funeral
cremation by Greeks to barbaric (to us) flesh eating practice of Callatians to going
against our institution of marriage Eskimo practices or polygamy and "wife swapping"...
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Different societies have different moral codes.
2. There is no objective standard that can be used to judge one societal code better than another.
3. The moral code of our own society has no special status; it is merely one among many.
4. There is no "universal truth" in ethics-that is, there are no moral truths that hold for all people at all times...
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