The answer is False. Descriptive<span> moral relativism holds only that some people do in fact disagree about what is moral; </span>meta-ethical<span> moral relativism holds that in such disagreements, nobody is </span>objectively<span> right or wrong. </span>Metaethical Relativism claim that there are no objective or values that could resolve arguments about ethics. It is a <span>stronger version of relativism. It g</span>oes beyond merely descriptive relativism. It further claims that there are no objective or absolute values that would allow us to make such criticisms. The values are simply the beliefs, opinions, practices, or feelings of individuals and cultures. There is no objective right and wrong.
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