CRITIQUE OF ETHICAL RELATIVISM IN NICOLAI HARTMANN
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N. Hartmann is a representative of 20-th century absolutism in axiology. The author analyses his arguments against ethical realtivism. These are: emotional cognition of values, its apriorical nature, demarcation of values and their validity and a distniction between relativism and relationism. It turns out that a historical change of valuation is a change of validity and not of the value itself.
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