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ethical objectivism


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The view that the claims of ethics are objectively true; they are not ‘relative’ to a subject or a culture, nor purely subjective in their nature, in opposition to error theories, scepticism, and relativism. The central problem is finding the source of the required objectivity.

Subjects: Philosophy.


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