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Author: Glenn Kuehn

Identify the characteristics and descriptors of conventionalism

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Notes on “Conventionalism”

(00:00 – 00:18) Introduction

(00:19 – 00:45) Things to Keep in Mind

(00:46 – 00:59) Content of Tutorial

(01:00 – 02:33) Basics of Conventionalism

(02:34 – 03:36) Consequences of Conventionalism

(03:37 – 04:52) Examples of Conventionalism

(04:53 – 06:01) Accepting Cultural Relativism but not Conventionalism

(06:02 – 06:20) Summary

Terms to Know
  • Conventionalism

    A relativist theory of ethics that maintains that what is good is determined relative to a society, convention, or culture.