What is Right and Wrong?
There have always been two sides to every issue. The right side, usually told by the first person to speak, and the wrong side, inferred irrationally by the opposed. In the article"Ethical Relativism: Who's to Judge What's Right and Wrong?" Louis Pojman addresses the belief that society dictates what is right and wrong. He provides three different theses on how morality is viewed and accepted. He categorizes these as "An Analysis of Relativism" (14). When trying to understand the ribbon of morality, you must begin with the threads of diversity woven together using tolerance with under…
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