JacqueDarcy Wrote:
Oct 31, 2012 4:46 PM
>>A sense of superiority and elitism are often projected onto liberals by the conservative set. But that's all they are - projections. It's a tactic that makes it easier to keep people angry. You can't hate someone that you feel superior to. So conservative leadership feeds into this notion of liberal elitism. It’s effective. Did you read Hawkin's viewpoint on liberal elitism? Hmmm . . . >>If moral relativism involves thinking and a willingness to accept the possibility that your opinion may be wrong about something, then yes, liberals are moral relativists. Moral relativism, or relativism, in general subscribes to "nothing is really wrong or right." So the "thinking and a willingness to accept the possibility" does not really apply.