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The first idea or teaching is that morality is relative, at best a personal “value judgment.” Relative means that there is no absolute right or wrong in anything; instead, morality and the rules associated with it are just a matter of personal opinion or happenstance, “relative to” or “related to” a particular framework, such as one’s ethnicity, one’s upbringing, or the culture or historical moment one is born into. It’s nothing but an accident of birth. Peterson, Jordan B. (2018-01-22T22:58:59). 12 Rules for Life (Kindle Locations 263-267). Random House of Canada. Kindle Edition.

— Moral relativity  

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