Moral Relativism: What is a good country?
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Moral relativism: What is a good country?
In this episode, Ezechiel and Andy discuss moral relativism and whether we can say that one society is “better” than another. Is the US better than North Korea? In what way? Is there an objective way to judge the “goodness” of a society?
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Moral relativism: How to judge other societies
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