The Objective Nature of morality

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Philosophy

 

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Paula E

 

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September 8, 2012

 

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University

 

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Societies assembled their guidelines of etiquette over time and, in doing so, assigned to them any weight they now have. If moral relativism is accepted, moral codes must be created and made valid among their followers in the same way. The following argument exposes the fatal deficiency of this theory and, in doing so, proves that objective moral truth must exist if morality is to have any value...
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The following argument exposes the fatal deficiency of this theory and, in doing so, proves that objective moral truth must exist if morality is to have any value. The purpose of morality is to direct actions toward happiness. If morality were relative, it could only be determined by human reason and human convention...
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