Describe the challenge of developing a global ethical perspective in light of religious and national differences.
Answer to relevant QuestionsWhat is the history of the idea of universal human rights? And how is this history susceptible to the charge that it is Eurocentric?Is the humanistic or secular approach to ethics better or worse than religious approaches to ethics? Is the humanistic or secular approach antagonistic to religion?What is the difference between the descriptive claim that people do differ in their moral beliefs and the metaethical theory of relativism?In what sense does the argument for ethical egoism based on economics support not egoism but utilitarianism? In other words, the view that we ought to do what is in the best interest of all or the greatest number?Using utilitarian calculation, which choice in each of the following pairs is better, X or Y?a. X makes four people happy and me unhappy. Y makes me and one other person happy and three people unhappy.b. X makes twenty ...
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