Morality and Ethical Relativism D.

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RELI 2301 Introduction to Ethics
DIVERSITY OF ETHICAL BELIEFS

1. ________ acknowledges that cultures can legitimately pass judgments on one another. A. Ethical pluralismC. Ethical absolutism
B. Ethical relativismD. none of the above

2. ________ maintain that there is a single standard in terms of assessments can he made, and that standard is usually their own. A. Ethical absolutistsC. Ethical relativists
B. Ethical pluralistsD. all of the above

3. ________ is a middle ground for dealing with moral conflicts. A. Ethical absolutismC. Ethical relativism
B. Ethical pluralismD. none of the above

4. ________ encourages toleration when possible, recognizing that cultures may legitimately differ even on the most important of issues. A. none of the aboveC. Ethical absolutism
B. Ethical relativismD. Ethical pluralism

5. ________ see each culture as an island unto itself, right in its own world, and they deny that there is any overarching standard in terms of which conflicting cultures can be judged. A. Ethical absolutistsC. Ethical relativists

B. Ethical pluralistsD. all of the above

6. In a clash of cultures, ________ often see the other culture as simply wrong insofar as it deviates from their own. A. Ethical absolutistsC. Ethical relativists
B. Ethical pluralistsD. all of the above

7. ________ retains the legitimacy of cross-cultural judgments (something the absolutists are correct in believing) but one which does not claim that we necessarily have a monopoly on the truth. A. Ethical absolutismC. Ethical pluralism

B. Ethical relativismD. none of the above

8. ________ encourages us to listen to what other cultures say about us as well as what we say about them. A. Ethical pluralismC. Ethical absolutism
B. Ethical relativismD. none of the above

9. ________ shows that there are situations...
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