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The consequences of this kind of moral relativism are, however, all too obvious to most thoughtful observers. Without engaging the issue here, I will say that I cannot accept this or any other relativist stance. I can only attempt theoretically to explicate the common good if I believe that there is such a thing. Relativism may be attractive in the short run, but we cannot live with it for long. It is imperative, then, that we seek a satisfactory theoretical account of the common good and of its universality.
About psychology : essays at the crossroads of history, theory, and philosophy by Darryl B. Hill, Michael J. Kral