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Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Moral Concepts Are Historical

Moral concepts are not universal, they are not timeless, and they are not unhistorical. From the history of philosophy, we learn that moral concepts gain relevance from the culture in which they are founded, and they have a history. To regard moral concepts as universal, timeless, and unhistorical is the hallmark of an absolutist and utopian mind.

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