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Absolutism is a principle that something can exist in a certain way, though it may not be objectively justified. This is the opposite of relativism in every sense.

Moral Absolutism

Moral absolutism is an interpretation of right and wrong as being strictly objective fact. Essentially what is right and what is wrong is right or wrong in every context, every time, regardless of any other uniqueness.

Political Absolutism

Political absolutism is a system of politics in which there is absolute law decided by one entity. This is in its simplest form a form of one person ruling, and can exist in complex forms such as absolute monarchy.

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