Ethical Subjectivism, Moral Realism, or Ethical Nihilism?

Posted by: ninjakitty97

Are moral judgements objectively true or false (moral realism), can they vary from person to person (ethical subjectivism), or does moral truth not exist (ethical nihilism)?

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Moral Realism

Moral statements are objectively true or false.
8 votes
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Ethical Subjectivism

The truth of a moral proposition is dependent upon the attitudes of the individual.
5 votes
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Ethical Nihilism

There is no such thing as morality; right and wrong have no meaning at all.
4 votes
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4

Both 1 and 2.

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Wahhabism is bad.

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ladiesman says2017-07-09T19:53:25.8881750Z
Aristotle believed ethics is neither akin to mathematics (very certain and clear) nor something like rhetoric (not certain and clear), but somewhere in between.
Ailly0-9 says2017-08-08T14:27:12.2883887Z
Hey can someone do a poll for is everyone selfish please.

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