Philosophy A theory, especially in ethics or aesthetics, that conceptions of truth and moral values are not absolute but are relative to the persons or groups holding them. (noun)
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Use "relativism" in a sentence
"Diversity rooted in relativism is the faith of our age, and it is not difficult to catch the spirit."
"We cannot say that relativism is true, because to assert that something “is true” is to assert that there is a standard of truth that is factually the case regardless of which set (s) of conventions we use to describe it."
"Once again, your moral relativism is predictable and pathetic."