Ethics: Self-Evident Intuitions

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Westermarck writes, "…a theory which leads to an examination of the psychological and historical origin of people's moral opinions should be more useful than a theory which postulates moral truths enunciated by self-evident intuitions that are unchangeable". Agree or disagree and give your reasons

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SELF-EVIDENT INTUITIONS AS PROOF OF ETHICS

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Ethics as self-evident intuition in the face of moral judgment has been subject if debate
and dilemma. The theory by Westermarck posits that psychological and historical origin of moral
opinions regarded higher that prescriptive moral common sense. Because ethical no...

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