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The contention that ethical standards should be governed both by (1) a limited number of universal ethical principles that are widely recognized as putting legitimate ethical boundaries on actions and behavior in all situations and (2) the circumstances of local cultures, traditions and shared values that further prescribe what constitutes ethically permissible behavior and what does not are the basic principles of

A.            The school of ethical relativism

B.            The school of ethical universalism

C.            Integrated social contracts theory

D.            The School of Morally Correct Thinking and Behavior based in Rome, Italy

E.            The Global Code of Ethical and Social Morality developed by the United Nations

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