While the universal dimension of dignity generally refers to the intrinsic worth of all human beings, the culturally relative
dimension relates to the external aspects of behavior.
We're kind of snowed in, yet there's always this sort of atmosphere of New York City and the surrounding areas that are very culturally relative
I've got no time for those who say this is a culturally relative
issue – it is wrong, full stop, and we've got to stamp it out.
concepts of humanity include life stories, discussion of the ethics of human organ sales in a Hindu context, and kinship as a model for viewing women's humanity/rights in the Muslim Middle East.
The topics include whether information ethics is culturally relative
, protecting privacy on the Web, business collaboration by privacy-preserving clustering, agricultural data mining in the 21st century, and basic principles of data mining.
Berry, 1991) support attractiveness judgments as involving matching targets against culturally relative
, gender ideals (Adrian, 1999) which elicit initial physical attractiveness judgments.
Career and personal issues become intertwined in the reality of life in such a conception, because meaning is determined by each person from a culturally relative
Yet, viewing scientific truths as culturally relative
seems unsatisfactory when considering the universality of the human species.
He takes up the question of the definition of species, and then discusses the idea of "species loyalty," which, he argues, is a cultural artifact or kind of fiction--"a discursively created and supported set of beliefs, bound up in culturally relative
forms with other, more fundamental beliefs about the importance of life, relationships with some other beings, and taking responsibility as a moral agent" (p.
2) In their introduction, "Music and Gender: Negotiating Shifting Worlds," coeditors Beverley Diamond and Pirkko Moisala note that it has been difficult "to articulate a theoretical agenda that interests scholars with culturally relative
perspectives in the context of vastly different music cultures" (1).
The idea that economic principles are culturally relative
confuses highly variable human practices with ones that are uniform across all borders.
Crime may be culturally relative
but some crimes exist the world over and some targets seem all too easy in any country.