Choices and the Standard

We are constantly confronted with choices. When the decision involves a clear-cut distinction between right and wrong, our proper course is well defined—though it may not always be a popular one. But sometimes no one of the alternatives in a given situation seems entirely right. Or what seems right in one situation may seem wrong in another.

We may ask ourselves, "Is there no absolute standard by which human conduct can be determined? Is the rightness or wrongness of an action completely dependent upon circumstances?"

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