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  1. On the one end of the spectrum are the absolutists who view every ethical situation in life as being a certainty while on the other end are the relativists who view things much more subjectively. For the relativist, nothing is certain. For the moral absolutist there is a single or universal standard that is equally applicable to everyone.

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  3. Oct 30, 2021 · Absolutism, in the way Stace described the approach, is the view that certain, specific morals should be applied to every human being regardless of their situation or culture. This could include...

  4. Oct 31, 2018 · There is no absolute moral code. The relativist believes, I think, as an example, that what a Frenchman believes is right for him, is right for him, and at the same time may be wrong for his neighbor, the Spaniard, and that is acceptable. He believes there is no one absolute standard but that there are only local, transient, and variable standards.

  5. - Alexander of Aphrodisias 1. Doubting and Questioning Philosophy begins with wonder, but goes further than that. It is an attempt to formulate, understand, and answer fundamental questions in...

  6. 10. According to private subjectivists, the claim "murder is wrong" really means ''we disapprove of murder". False. 11. Objectivists and absolutists believe that moral principles are invented. False. 12. Objectivists claim that some moral principles are overridable (e.g., depending upon the context, it may be permissible to tell a lie). True.

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