Ethical Relativism. What is right for you may not be right for someone else. What is Ethical Relativism?. No moral standard exists Moral values are grown by one’s own culture All points of views are equally valid. Continue…. Individuals determine what is true and relative to them
What is right for you may not be right for someone else.
Rejected the idea that human beliefs mirror reality
Each persons belief is grounded by a perspective
Why was this right for her?
Husband was having an affair relationship
Honorable thing to do in her culture (boshi-shinju)
Not live with the lack of dignity
Why was this wrong?