Natural Law and the Paradox of Evil  

Whether moral decisions are evaluated by universal standards or by those of local traditions, moral conflicts are always contextual. Kant’s categorical imperative is absolutely universalistic, but its test cases are concrete and particular; one should, for example, return a deposit …

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