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Making an ethical judgment necessarily assumes that we can possess moral knowledge (i. e., that we can really know whether something is right or wrong based on more than opinion). Metaethics explores this issue
and we have identified a number of competing philosophies with different answers to the question of whether
moral knowledge is possible. Only one of them allows for us to have objective justification for our judgments,
however. Which is it?
Select one:
a. Cultural metaethical relativism
b. Temporal metaethical relativism
c. Metaethical absolutism
d. Metaethical emotivism
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