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The present work addresses itself to one of the most hotly debated issues in contemporary ethics-relativism. Relativism has become a formidable argument in Western socio-moral thought under the impact of postmodern writings. The author presents a detailed critique of various relativist and postmodernist theses, without rejecting some of their empirically justified observations. She underscores the fact that the intercultural communication which has been going on since time immemorial puts a question mark to the postmodernist theories of indeterminacy of translation, incommensurability of various conceptual frameworks etc. The author supports cognitivism in ethics according to which the moral properties of the object of moral judgement do in some way determine or `cause` that judgment. This view is not to be confused with any realist ontological commitment. She asserts that universalizability is the necessary condition of all rational judgments, including the moral ones. The author also discusses the relationship between self and others; and in this context she draws upon the insights of ancient Indian thinkers. She proposes that minimum moral principles and maxims can be agreed upon through reasoning and intercultural discourse.

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SARAL JHINGRAN is presently a U.G.C. Research Scientist, B, affiliated to Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, New Delhi. She has published over 25 papers in various books and journals of philosophy in India and abroad. She has also presented papers at various international seminars and philosophical congresses held in India and outside. REVIEW: "Jhingran`s present work is learned and well-argued." --PROF. G.C. PANDE





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Title: Ethical Relativism and Universalism
Author(s): Saral Jhingran
ISBN: 8120818202
Year of Publication: 2001
Bibliographic Information: xiv + 385p. Biblio., Index, Notes
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
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