Hello, Merciful Voice.
I was looking at Moral Relativism this morning, it just so happens. Are you familiar with the idea that there are no absolutes, except for the absolute there are no absolutes? My impression of it was that Moral Relativism, in this small focus, was sophistry.
What I was looking for is the practice of Relativism where an uneducated point of view was treated with as much weight as an educated point of view.
I just thought it was interesting, partly because it seems people do that a lot, and also because sometimes those who are educated in their opinion have latched on to a faulty ideology that doesn't seem to carry truthful weight. Professors and such, even them.
What do you think of this kind of moral Relativism?