Introduction to Philosophy
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Examples of Claims of
There is no objective right or wrong.
Moral claims are by nature universal.
Moral reasons are reasons which appeal to something other than the agent's self-interest.
Someone is morally responsible for doing something only if they could have avoided doing it.
Moral judgments are simply expressions of a speaker's approval or disapproval.
If the moral code of a society says that a certain action is right, then that action is right, at least within that society.
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