Everything Is Relative

Everything is relative. Every argument has two sides, and both may be equally valid. There is no existence of absolute definitions of truth, justice or virtue because what is true for one person may be false for another. This relativism also applies to moral values, such as what is right and what is wrong. Nothing is inherently good in itself. Something is ethical, or right, only because a person or society judges it to be so.


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