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    Cultural relativism is the view that each culture must be understood in terms of the values and ideas of that culture and not be judged by the standards of another,However, critical cultural relativism poses questions about cultural practices in terms of who accepts them and whether they are harming or helping "universal human rights" Consider and list some universal human rights that would be accepted by all cultures. Discuss why these are considered universal human rights for all cultures

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    First of all, as you explore cultural relativism as well as the anthropological view that universal human rights exist, I list some basic ones for all cultures to embody. For example, I think that a basic right and access to clean water is a critical one. I also think that a basic right to secure ...

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    Universal human rights are discussed.

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