Question: Is the humanistic or secular approach to ethics better or
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?
Relevant Questions1. What does Euthyphro first propose as a definition of piety?2. What about the gods? Do they have different conceptions about what is good and evil, just and unjust? Why does this pose a problem for Euthyphro’s first ...What is the difference between individual and social or cultural relativism?How is psychological egoism supposed to provide support for an argument for ethical egoism? What is one problem for this argument?State and explain the basic idea of the principle of utility or the greatest happiness principle.According to the second form of Kant’s categorical imperative, would it be morally permissible for me to agree to be someone’s slave? Explain.
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