Ethical Relativism and Morality

Dr.Sc. Demush Bajrami, MSc. Blerina Demiri
2019 ILIRIA International Review  
As an egoistic nature, the human being finds it difficult to be relative to others and absolute to himself, while he is inclined to believe that others should be relative to him. The moment we want to make a step in our life, perhaps at an early age, we face another idea, desire or belief. It is this period which proves that our beliefs are personal creations that take life when we allow ourselves to engage in the broader social circle. The individual is unable to accomplish himself if he does
more » ... ot become part of the nucleus to which he belongs, where he also gets the energies needed in adapting his ego to the universal one, which is the world itself. This paper provides in-depth analysis of what moral is in the ethical relativism: different for every human being, depending on the view point of the person affected and the conditions a person is placed in. None the less, all of these are also affected by the society, a person is born and raised in, being it the ruling norm in the family, the social interactions, traditions and customs executed, which determine the concept of moral actions to everyone.
doi:10.21113/iir.v9i1.486 doaj:23b9b49679794d7b801d5aed85076c17 fatcat:oabxkfgj7zbk7jnjfupz7to32m