Cultural Relativism And The View That Ethical Systems Or Moral Actions

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Section 1 1. Cultural relativism Cultural relativism refers to the view that ethical systems or moral actions that are perceived to vary across cultural diversity are all equal and valid and as such, no one culture is better than the other is. For instance, by taking how words are used in one culture to mean a thing, the same words may be employed in a different culture to mean another thing. Another example is prayer announcements in Saudi Arabia can be heard from far distance which legal. Even if that may disturb your neighbors who are not Muslims. However, in United States such thing is illegal and consider a noise violation. 2. The difference between rights and responsibilities Rights refer to the obligations other people owe to me in order to earn my respect and to value one’s character. For instance, anyone in any given state has a right to enjoy a peaceful and secure environment. On the other hand, responsibilities refer to the obligation which is something that has to be done to accomplish a task. I as an individual ought to carry out. For instance, it is my responsibility as a citizen of my nation to pay taxes to help the country. 3. Affirmative action Affirmative action refers to any action or policy that is aimed at securing an equal workplace, that extend beyond simple legal access, but that does not alter the standards or qualifications for employment. In other words, they are policies or action set down mostly in a workplace to eliminate discrimination in
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