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Ethical Relativism and the Hindu Culture
Ethical Relativism tells us that our moral beliefs tend to reflect the culture in which we grew up in. If this is so, there can be no universal moral standards for us to adhere to as some ethical theories such as Kantianism would have us believe. Because people in different societies make different moral judgments regarding the same action, the argument seems to be, they must accept different moral standards. If this is true, there can be no universal moral standards. This then leads to the idea that cultures are morally infallible; after all, if cultures make the moral laws, cultures c…
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