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Theodore Robert Bundy a serial killer and rapist was born on November 24 1996 in Burlington Vermont He was raised with his grandparents and was the of 5 kids Throughout his childhood and teenage years his natural charisma allowed him to reach popularity and thus increase his self-esteem After dropping out of his studies in the University of Washington he became a keen Republican campaigner Meanwhile he is said to have had a devastating break up with his girlfriend of 5 years Stephanie Brooks He is estimated to have raped and killed at least 30 women all of whom are said to resemble Brooks possibly seeking for revenge During his trials he was perceived as a very articulate man He presented himself with confidence in his manner of speech as well as his clothing He was sentenced to death in 1989 by the State of FloridaBundys justified his behavior when speaking to one of his surviving victims He uses the idea of ethical subjectivism a type of relativism that claims that morality is relative to each individual to do so In a subjectivist view universalistic morals do not exist One persons idea of right can be conceived as wrong by another A phrase like lying is immoral is merely an opinion holding no truth value Like individual preferences vary when someone chooses their favorite color individual opinions also vary on morality A person who acts moral is one who acts on what they believe is right whether that action is to feed a homeless man on the streets or to commit murderthen I learned that all moral judgments are value judgments that all value judgments are subjective and that none can be proved either right or Wrong In this emotivist claim Bundy mocks value judgments and states that they are personal and uncognitive According to him value judgments do not give us any knowledge of facts that there is no moral knowledge Additionally he
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