Is voluntary euthanasia an absolute or relative moral question?

Relative morality refers to an ethical code that is dependent upon the situation in question and peoples varied beliefs and cultures. It allows maxims that do not have to be made universally true, unlike those within absolute morality. Whilst ethical theories such as Natural Law and most Christian Ethics (and other religions derived from Judaism) are often absolute, with universal laws, Situation Ethics, and in particular Act Utilitarianism, tend more towards the relative end of the [...]

Companies using only online applications may be guilty of age discrimination by excluding those unable to access the internet

Companies who give job applicants the sole option of applying for a position through a standardised online form could find themselves challenged in a tribunal for being [...]