What's Wrong With Moral Relativism? (Philosophy and Religious Studies Roundtable Series)
"What's Wrong with Moral Relativism?"
Led by Dr. Mike Austin
The idea that moral claims are only true relative to a person, or a culture, remains very popular. However, most philosophers reject this view of morality. We’ll discuss some of the main reasons for this. We’ll also consider why moral relativism has such staying power, in spite of its widespread rejection by moral philosophers.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Keith Hall 319
Open to all students, faculty, and staff
For more information, email: Matthew.Pianalto@eku.edu