Help Your Relativist Friends Gain Moral Clarity By Asking A Question Let’s imagine a typical conversation. Here’s how this might play out: YOU: If I understand your view, are you are saying that what is right or wrong or good or evil depends on the individual or culture? FRIEND: Yes. What is morally good for you may be different than what is morally good for me. Here is the question… YOU: That’s an interesting way to think about things. Can I ask you a question? Are you really saying that there is no moral difference between Mother Theresa and Adolf Hitler?
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