عنوان مقاله [English]
Moral relativism is one of the most important topics in moral philosophy that has created a lot of challenges and reactions from moral piety and post- structuralist mortality perspectives. In its principles and morality values, moral relativism benefits from the bases of ontology, epistemology and anthropology relying on a philosophical theological approach. Its origins can be found in issues such as skepticism, rationalism, pluralism, relativism in wisdom and cognition, humanism and unreligious self-centeredness. This philosophic view has instituted a practicable morality under which contemporary man has been deprived from true perfection informed by the Islamic sources since human beings’ inclination toward moral relativity on the one hand and its consequences on the other hand have moved human being away from spiritual teachings and made them overlook absolute and subjective morality which is informed by qur’anic verses and Islamic narratives. Adopting an analytic explanatory approach, the present article tries to show that moral relativism is inefficient in achieving the ultimate goal of morality.