Ethical Relativism

Ethical Relativism is the view that there are no ethical absolutes.  It maintains that what is right or wrong depends on the circumstances, the person’s views, culture, etc.  Therefore, in ethical relativism, all ethical views are equally valid and are changing as societies and people evolve.

 

 

 

 
 
CARM ison
 
 
CARM.org
Copyright 2014

CONTACT US:
CARM Office number: 208-466-1301
Office hours: M-F; 9-5 pm; Mountain Time
Email: [email protected]
Mailing Address: CARM, PO BOX 1353, Nampa ID 83653