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Week Three Notes

by: Sydney Purpora

Week Three Notes PHIL 120

Sydney Purpora
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Ethical Reasoning
Kristin Schaupp

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Ethical Reasoning
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sydney Purpora on Friday September 25, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHIL 120 at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire taught by Kristin Schaupp in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 40 views. For similar materials see Ethical Reasoning in PHIL-Philosophy at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire.


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Date Created: 09/25/15
Philosophy Week Three Notes Ethical Relativism What is it Nothing objective about morality No universal morals Morals are just a tool to reach a goal in society We can make these rulesmorals up Subjective 0 Individual moral beliefs differ Convetional o Morals differe from society to society Nonrealativism There is something objective about morals Are some universal morals There is construst to moral principles Underlying principle behind morals 0 We might not know what it is exactly but it is there 0 We don t make up the rules 0 There has to be a right or wrong Objective but not absolute nonrelativism 0 Can have exceptions to the right and wrong of things Objective and absolute 0 Can t have exceptions to right and wrong answers of morality Where do ethical rules come from Ojective morality How you feelhow they work as tools for society Pojman Presents Arguments and reasons for both positions Ethnocentrism Not appealing to a right or wrong moral standard Believing one s own cultural morals are the best 0 Justification stops at this is right because we do it this waywe say it is right I Any further backing up with dataevidence is not ethnocentrism They use their culture as the independent which they compare others to 0 Don t use an independent standard other than themselves because otherwise that would be taking in other s view points


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