Moral objectivism  

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Moral objectivism may refer to:

  • Robust moral realism, the meta-ethical position that ethical sentences express factual propositions about robust or mind-independent features of the world, and that some such propositions are true.
  • Moral universalism (also called minimal or moderate moral realism), the meta-ethical position that some system of ethics or morality is universally valid, without any further semantic or metaphysical claim.
  • Objectivist ethics, the ethical branch of Ayn Rand's Objectivist philosophy.




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