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Moral absolutism refers to the ethical belief that actions are either right or wrong, without respect to context or circumstances. In other words, if something is wrong, it is always wrong, regardless of the situation.


  • Do you believe there are moral absolutes? Why or why not?

  • Is lying always unethical? Are there situations in which it is ethical to lie? Give examples to support your reasoning.

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