A Refutation Of Moral Relativism: Interviews with an by Peter Kreeft

By Peter Kreeft

No factor is extra fateful for civilization than ethical relativism. heritage is familiar with no longer one instance of a profitable society which repudiated ethical absolutes. but so much assaults on relativism were both pragmatic (looking at its social effects) or exhorting (preaching instead of proving), and philosophers' arguments opposed to it were really good, technical, and scholarly.

In his ordinary specific writing type, Peter Kreeft shall we an enticing, sincere, and humorous relativist interview a "Muslim fundamentalist" absolutist in order to not stack the cube individually for absolutism. In an enticing sequence of private interviews, each plausible argument the "sassy Black feminist" reporter Libby offers opposed to absolutism is just and obviously refuted, and not one of the many arguments for ethical absolutism is refuted.

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