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==Perspectivism==
 
==Perspectivism==
  
[[Perspectivism]] is similar to subjectivism in that it claims that different conceptual schemes can result in a variety of moral judgements. However, it differs in that it does not consider the moral judgements as metaphysically "real" or to have equal validity.
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[[Perspectivism]] is similar to subjectivism in that it claims that different conceptual schemes can result in a variety of moral judgements. However, it differs in that it does not consider the moral judgements as "real" or to have equal validity.
  
 
==Is or ought?==
 
==Is or ought?==

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