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Moral Relativism Now So 1990s

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The Death of Moral Relativism: The shift in cultural artifacts from the late 20th century to now illuminates America’s changing moral framework. Law, virtue, and a shame culture have risen to prominence in recent years, signaling that moral relativism may be going the way of the buggy whip.  The writer explores whether music, entertainment, and politics are indicators of a resurgence of preferred moralisms and the decline of post-modern attitudes (which some commentators have said has been the case for several years anyway).

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