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ethical relativism cannot criticize practices as long as they conform to society's standards
principle as part of a moral code: (1) motivates toward required conduct, (2) leads to guilt when conduct violates it, (3) disapproves of others who conflict with it
having a moral principle
involves having desire to follow the principle for its own sake, because it is the right thing to do
paradox of selfishness
individuals who care only for their own happiness are less happy than those who care about others
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