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Belief that morality is based on some universal,eternal,& unchanging fact ex. murder is always wrong
Objectivism
Belief that morality is relative to each individual culture-we can't make universal moral claims
Relativism
theory of punishment that states an"eye for an eye"
Egalitarian (retributivism)
Theory that states moral judgements are nothing more than expressions of personal preferences
Subjectivism
Moral theory that treats pleasure or happiness as the only absolute moral good
Utilitarianism