< Individualistic Moral Relativism vs Cultural Moral Relativism & Kohlberg's Conventional Stage of Ethical/Moral Development > Ethical moral relativism by definition is the view that ethical standards, morality, and positions of society about what is right and what is wrong closely link to that society’s cultural background. With that says, moral relativism is conditioned by cultural norms.
Now, let's talk about individualistic moral relativism also known as moral subjectiv
(Your Vibe will Always Attract your Tribe) This means since you live in a universe that is made of energy, everything affects everything. In other words; whatever you send out to the world, it's exactly what you will end up getting in return. If you send negative vibes out, you will be overwhelmed by negativity all around you in return. If you send positive vibes out, the same thing will take place, you will receive positive vibes that are equals to yours in return. So in ord
When I've decided to study religion and spirituality a few years ago, the idea was not to become a preacher, but to enhance my knowledge and understanding of religion as a whole, because, a person's religious belief affects almost everything he/she does throughout his/her entire life. On top of that, there are too many confusions about which doctrine is right and which one is wrong, and more importantly, if all religions lead to the same place? (God). First, I have to say, de
Gender identity is defined as someone’s personal conception of himself/herself, which in turn leads to the concept of gender role. In other words; gender identity refers to how a person identifies himself/herself based on a combination of inherent and extrinsic or environmental forces. While on the other end, gender role is a person’s manifestation of personality, behaviors, and appearance that reflect his/her gender identity. Societal norms, as well as societal expectations,