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    Could you please help me answer these 2 questions?

    1. Having worked your way through the past three weeks of lectures and readings, have your views changed toward any of the ethical systems that have been outlined? How?

    2. Assume, for a moment, that the arguments against relativism have merit. How do you reconcile that assumption with the adage "when in Rome, do as the Romans do"?

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    1. Without having fully considered the various views, I was probably an ethical relativist going into these readings and lectures. However, after considering some of the arguments against relativism, it seems that this position is much more problematic than I originally would have thought. The argument that there do seem to be at least a few universal moral standards was persuasive. I'm ...

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    The solution is a concise advise offering answers, perspectives and explanations to the 2 questions detailed in the original problem (Ethical Systems).

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