Most all ethical theories have a problem with them, whether it has some sort of

Most all ethical theories have a problem with them, whether it has some sort of

Most all ethical theories have a problem with them, whether it has some sort of internal inconsistency, has no answer for a certain scenario, or whatever. How can anyone accept an ethical theory that they know is flawed? Don't the flaws mean we need to keep looking and thinking?

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