Aristotelian Ethics: Is Aristotle A Relativistic?

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Aristotle is not a relativist, so I would not think Aristotelian ethics are relativistic. Aristotle developed great concepts in ethics to make people conscious about their choices. He has insinuated that Ethics starts with moral judgments before forming general principles. Aristotle says that “everyone agrees that good is which living aims for is Happiness”, but he recognize how people disagree about what happiness is. The pursuit of happiness, which could be both a strength and weakness depending on how it is applied morally. Absolutism means that certain actions are right or wrong based on moral belief. Deontology deals with a moral system that justifies whether an act is right or wrong; this is under the bases of the moral system rules.

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