Teacher’s notes focusing on two influencial leaders in ethical relativism. Margaret Sanger was an early advocate of the birth control movement. Peter Singer taught that humans were only worth more than animals because they were more intelligent. Those who were less intelligent (including infants) were of equal or lesser value than animals.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Kendall Myers
SERIES: Worldviews: EthicsAll items in the series:
- Introductory Questions
- Definition And Questions
- The Case For Absolutes
- The Case For Absolutes Handout
- Basis Of Christian Morality
- Christian View Of Sexuality Handout
- Christian View Of Sexuality Notes
- Christian View Of Violence
- The Problem Of Evil
- The Problem Of Evil Handout
- Islamic Ethics
- Humanist Marxist Ethics
- Humanists And Ethical Relativism
- A Refutation Of Moral Relativism Peter Kreeft
- Arguments Against Christian Participation In War
- Arguments In Favor Of Christian Participation In War
- Responding To Common Criticisms Of Nonresistance