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How do ethical intuitionists avoid relativism?

Let me try to answer the interesting question!!!👍I can share my thought from the perspective of classical intuitionism. Let’s start with “basic propositions”,in classic intuitionism ,they see all ...
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In moral philosophy, how do researchers perceive what is right and wrong (and why)? (For humanity, as a whole)

Humanity involves collective cultures , societies and civilisation that humans have built. There are different moral and ethical values. Therefore we can not talk about absolute right and wrong for ...
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In moral philosophy, how do researchers perceive what is right and wrong (and why)? (For humanity, as a whole)

There's also the "Golden Rule". The Golden Rule is the principle of treating others as one would want to be treated by them. Source There are various sayings and translations that have a ...
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In moral philosophy, how do researchers perceive what is right and wrong (and why)? (For humanity, as a whole)

It is impossible to answer this question without identifying the subject of this qualification (right or wrong). A human individual or a group of human individuals History of humanity as a whole ...
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In moral philosophy, how do researchers perceive what is right and wrong (and why)? (For humanity, as a whole)

The most common idea is called Common Sense Convergence. Although there are variations, in general humans tend to move towards, adopt, favor, defend and justify things that work for them and feel ...
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In moral philosophy, how do researchers perceive what is right and wrong (and why)? (For humanity, as a whole)

"What is the most common idea behind right and wrong across all religions, philosophers, and beliefs?" There isn't one. There is a huge variation. This is the central question of what is ...
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