The purpose of this thesis is to have a closer look at moral relativism, and the problem of immersion. Most people will accept that the truth of judgements are relative to certain standards, a moral framework. Most people however, will not accept the fact that just because morality is relative to a person s moral framework, that we should accept and tolerate what they say and do. The fact that we can explain why someone does such and such, or has certain beliefs that clash with our moral convictions does not promote the idea that we should simply tolerate their views. This thesis then, will set out to flesh out some of the attributes of moral relativism, and have a closer look at them.