Moral absolutism is the ethical theory which believes that there are always absolute rules of which moral questions can be judged against. It means that certain actions are either right or wrong. In today’s world every moral thought is classified on our conscience which might not always be the case. So, do we surrender our emotional thought process neglecting the harsh truth?
Disregarding this hegemony we should altercate to prove each thought process from a perspective never seen or analyzed before and to bring forth a completely new prospect about an existing thought or a belief. The famous philosopher Louis Pojan emphasizes that a moral absolutist does not have to believe that all moral laws are universally applicable.
We welcome you to our theme, Hegemony of Moral Absolutism
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No wonder films don’t always do well. After seeing a debate like this where so many intellectual young minds fight it out who would want to go to a movie theatre?
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