Date: Wed, 04 Oct 1995 17:01:10 +0100
From: "peter.harvey" [email protected]
Subject: Cultural values and rights
David Wesbster suggests that cultural values might be seen as having ‘inherent worth’. But, while it is right to approach the values of a culture with respect, and seek to understand them as best one can, if it turns out that human sacrifice, or gassing Jews, turns out to be a valued in a culture, does one grant ‘inherent worth’ to such values?