Ethical Relativism

The main potential critique of this stance will be cultural ethical and moral relativism to Infanticide is morally right within certain contexts. In this paper I will show why women have ethical right to the option of abortion. Abortion has been one of the most gravely debated issues.   There are pro-lifers who resort to violence by attacks on doctors and the bombing of clinics in order to save what they think are unborn human lives.
Infanticide is subject that most people feel passionate about. There are several ethical components of the abortion debate that help form ones opinion on whether or not abortion is moral.
First we should know what is Infanticide?   Infanticide it the act of killing a new born baby or and infant.
Pro-life activist says that the fetus has a right to life from its initial conception, because they consider it to be a person of moral status equal to that of all other human beings. For a conservative, abortion is almost never morally permissible, whether it is an early abortion in the first trimester, or a late abortion in the third trimester. The only circumstances in which activists might permit an abortion as morally permissible are in the situations of a rape or incest.
Abortion has been practiced widely in every society for many reasons including famine, war, poverty, overpopulation, or simply because a woman felt she was not ready for a child
Ethical relativism believes that there is no independent, objective morality, but only the many different varied moralities as they appear in all their multiple forms, in different times and places. There is no essential morality, according to ethical relativism; there are only the multi various norms of moralities in all the different eras and cultures around the world.
People are protected by ethics and by law since they are able to feel. Many actions are considered immoral because they cause innocent people to feel pain. If an object cannot feel, then it will not feel pain if damaged, and...