Like stated before, abortion is something that could fall into normative ethical relativism, because there is no answer whether abortion is morally right or wrong. Something like this is only dependent upon personal values, usually developed with the help of society. In conclusion, there is no objective right, or wrong. Relativism is why people will never agree on what is right or wrong. Relativism is multifaceted. Cultural Relativism is related to the morals followed and created because of the culture in which one is raised in. Descriptive Ethical Relativism is almost just like Cultural Relativism, but it has to do with things that are tolerated in one country that would not be tolerated in a different country. Lastly, Normative Relativism just ties in the fact that there is no quote on quote, right or wrong due to cultural and societal differences.
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