Adam Smith y el relativismo

Anuario Filosófico 42 (94):179-206 (2009)
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Abstract

La ética que describe Adam Smith no es una ética relativista. Aunque muchas normas son convencionales, existen otras interculturales, en concreto las de justicia. ‘No dañar a un igual’ es una norma con dos elementos: el daño, que puede entenderse como relativo a la cultura; y los iguales, que aunque no sean siempre reconocidos, no dependen de las distintas culturas. En el daño a estos últimos se fundarían las normas interculturales de justicia.

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María Alejandra Carrasco
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