In chapter 19 of text A you learned about an ethical theory known as subjectivism. Write a single, multi-page essay in which you: (i) give a proper definition of the theory, and (ii) give a thorough explanation and logical evaluation of each of the following objections to (or criticisms of) the theory.
The fundamentals of ethics fifth edition.
1. The theory blurs the distinction between thinking that something is moral/immoral and its being moral/immoral. (the problem of infallibility)
2. The theory renders moral criticism and proselytism senseless. (the problem of equivalence/contradiction)
3. The theory does not allow for moral progress or slippage. (the problem of progress/slippage)
4. The theory makes morality completely arbitrary. (the problem of questioning commitments)
These objections (or criticisms) can also be applied to subjectivism’s sister theory, conventionalism (aka, social/cultural relativism), but you are to discuss them strictly in the context of subjectivism (aka, individual/personal relativism).
Either indent your paragraphs, or skip a line between them, but not both.
See writing errors throughout.
Your explanations and evaluations are extremely lacking in detail.
Add evidence and valid sound examples.
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