Objections to this Philosophy are normative or objective considerations about the nature of morality. Some examples are Plato, and Aristotle's objective moral principles of virtue and Hume's Morality of Sympathy. A valuable point to consider is that Moral relativism is in fact a paradox; inferring that morality is relative, is, in a sense, a morally objective statement. It suggests that moral relatively is an objective fact, and thus is an immediate contradiction against the culturally relative standpoint, regarding morality, in which it attempts to perpetuate.
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