Are there universal moral absolutes or does right and wrong vary by culture, society, or individuality? We delve into the complex and challenging philosophical topic of moral relativism to try to make sense of this question. Some of the examples will be hard to to stomach, but in order to understand how we should think about moral questions for everyone, we must first consider how they feel to us.
All Blacks Kapa o Pango Haka (YouTube)
Moral Relativism – Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Moral Relativism – Steven Lukes
The Righteous Mind – Johnathan Haidt
Effect of Feeling Good on Helping: Cookies and Kindness – Isen and Levin
If This is a Man – Primo Levi
United Nations Declaration of Human Rights