+1 (218) 451-4151 info@writersnest.org

In “Some Moral Minima,” Goodman states, “if it is true that no norm can be made unless some other is compromised, and are there no rules to tell us that principles are principles – no norms delineating concretely, and uncompromisingly, wrong from right?” (Goodman, 2010, p. 87)
Every society has customs and traits that make them distinctive to which each of these customs belong to people. Cultures and societies all have different moral standards. Lenn E. Goodman, states that we as humans and the societies we constitute can be wrong, unjust, vicious, tragically or self-deceivingly (Goodman, 2010, p. 88). When it comes to right and wrong, there is because neither what is virtuous within a particular individual, culture nor society’s morality must be understood and taken into consideration (Mosser, 2010)
Bimal Matilal, a young Oxford scholar made an effort to distinguish relativism from pluralism. Which he named four: respect for life, deference to truth, abhorrence of theft, and rejection of adultery which where are worthy of universal support. (Goodman, 2010, p. 89).