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WGU Ethics Terms V


Cultural Relativism Ethics is relative to groups (or cultures). Whatever a group or culture believes is right is for that group or culture, despite what other groups or cultures might believe.
Cultural differences argument Different cultures have different moral codes, according to CR, and therefore it's just not possible to establish universal ideas of right and wrong.
Universal Values ?
Ethical Subjectivism Morality is relative to the individual. Each individual has own ethical viewpoint- whatever each individaul beleives is right is right for them. All morality is subjective to the individual w/ no over-arching, rules, or standards that apply to everybody.
Emotivism ?
Ethical Egoism ?
Psychological Egoism ?
Altruism ?
Principle of Equal Treatment ?
Motivation ?
Selfishness ?
Self interest ?
Created by: slucas79