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Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #1: What is Moral Relativism? By Tucker Lieberman
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The term "moral relativism" is used in various philosophical debates. Is morality dictated by people or by God? How should we treat people who disagree with us? The authors of Issue 1 of... More > Moral Relativism Magazine explore these issues through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the first half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella; the second half will be published in a subsequent issue.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #1: What is Moral Relativism? By Tucker Lieberman
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The term "moral relativism" is used in various philosophical debates. Is morality dictated by people or by God? How should we treat people who disagree with us? The authors of Issue 1 of... More > Moral Relativism Magazine explore these issues through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the first half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella; the second half will be published in a subsequent issue.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #5 By Tucker Lieberman
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Honesty is a virtue, but is it ever acceptable — or even obligatory — to lie? And when should we value loyalty, which plays a central role in the moral lives of ordinary people?
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #3: How Not to Be Wrong By Tucker Lieberman
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No one wants to be wrong -- not factually, not morally. But how can we detect error? What are the benefits of recognizing error? The authors of Issue 3 of Moral Relativism Magazine explore this... More > philosophical question through essays, fiction and poetry.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #4: Marriage and Divorce By Tucker Lieberman
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How do the legal and religious meanings of marriage and divorce affect our relationships and our beliefs? The authors of Issue 4 of Moral Relativism Magazine explore this philosophical question... More > through essays, fiction and poetry.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #2: Digging for Secular Answers By Tucker Lieberman
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Is it possible that atheists are good only by accident and that the only coherent moral philosophy belongs to the theist? The authors of Issue 2 of Moral Relativism Magazine explore secular... More > justifications of ethics through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the second half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #2: Digging for Secular Answers By Tucker Lieberman
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Is it possible that atheists are good only by accident and that the only coherent moral philosophy belongs to the theist? The authors of Issue 2 of Moral Relativism Magazine explore secular... More > justifications of ethics through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the second half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella.< Less
Utilitarianism - Universalism and Ethical Relativism - Ethical Egoism By Keltik Excalibur
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Tutorial in response to two questions: Compare and contrast utilitarianism with Kant’s moral theory (universalism). In your response, define each theory. Discuss how they might be similar and... More > how they might be different. Provide examples that demonstrate your key points. (473 words) Compare and contrast ethical relativism with egoism. In your response, define each theory. Discuss how they might be similar and how they might be different. Provide examples that demonstrate your key points. (450 words)< Less
A Theory of Moral Objectivity By Robert M. Ellis
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This book was originally written as an accredited Ph.D. thesis - but one that broke all the usual rules. Rather than focusing on a small area like most theses, this is a inter-disciplinary... More > philosophical treatise that attempts to establish a new approach to the whole question of objectivity, especially in ethics. Inspired by the Buddhist Middle Way, but argued in Western terms from first premises, this book challenges widespread assumptions found in both analytic and continental traditions of philosophy. It seeks to establish a Middle Way between absolutism and relativism, using evidence from philosophy, psychology, religion and history. The author, Robert M. Ellis, is a philosopher and teacher, and was also a Buddhist practitioner for many years. However, he has now withdrawn from any commitment to the Buddhist tradition to concentrate on developing a universal Middle Way philosophy, promoted on his website, www.moralobjectivity.net.< Less
A Theory of Moral Objectivity By Robert M. Ellis
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This book was originally written as an accredited Ph.D. thesis - but one that broke all the usual rules. Rather than focusing on a small area like most theses, this is a inter-disciplinary... More > philosophical treatise that attempts to establish a new approach to the whole question of objectivity, especially in ethics. Inspired by the Buddhist Middle Way, but argued in Western terms from first premises, this book challenges widespread assumptions found in both analytic and continental traditions of philosophy. It seeks to establish a Middle Way between absolutism and relativism, using evidence from philosophy, psychology, religion and history. The author, Robert M. Ellis, is a philosopher and teacher, and was also a Buddhist practitioner for many years. However, he has now withdrawn from any commitment to the Buddhist tradition to concentrate on developing a universal Middle Way philosophy, promoted on his website, www.moralobjectivity.net.< Less