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Situational Ethics:
 a particular view of ethics, in which absolute standards are considered less important than the requirements of a particular situation. The standards used may, therefore, vary from one situation to another, and may even contradict one another.

See also: Cultural Relativism, Moral Relativism (a.k.a. Ethical Relativism)

Compare with: Moral Relativism (a.k.a. Ethical Relativism)