Cultural Relativism

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If Cultural Relativism is true, morality is arbitrary. Why does this gives us reason to reject Cultural Relativism?

There are at least two different world views of morality, one of them viewing morality as arbitrary and fixed and the other as relative to the situation/culture.

http://www.members.cox.net/dagershaw/lol/EthicsWorldView.html

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