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What is moral realism?


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Moral realism states that morality is not relative to anything, but is rather objective in some sense and moral statements have a truth value.

Moral judgements can express "objective" moral facts. The facts are "objective"
in the sense that their truth does not depend on who judges them, or whether anybody judges
them at all.

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