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SUBJECT AREA Literature
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CREATED ON 12th June 2018
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Examine Elshtain's reasons for being judgmental and for thinking non-judgmentalism is "dangerous nonsense."

Discuss only one the following In 500 - 700 substantive (thoughtful, insightful) and well written words: 1. Situate the theory of moral relativism within the play Enemy of the People. or 2. Examine Elshtain's reasons for being judgmental and for thinking non-judgmentalism is "dangerous nonsense." Are they convincing? Fully explain your answer.
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