Suppose, however, that Boudreaux is a subjective relativist and consider what effect this might have on his practical deliberations. Since he denies that there are any absolute moral truths, the moral principle in (a) can only be interpreted as being true-for-him, if he has decided to believe in it. But Boudreaux could just as well have chosen to believe in any of the following, incompatible moral principles:


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