Ethics Exam Review

Ethics Exam Review - Ethics Exam Review Aristotle's...

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Ethics Exam Review - Aristotle’s eudemonia, notion of happiness, the supreme good(essay question #1). Our notion of happiness is a moment by moment subjective feeling. Aristotle believes it is the notion of flourishing- distinctly human excellent life. Virtue is key to eudemonia - Kant the different shopkeepers- what gives an act moral worth? One that does not do his duty, the three others do their duty, but they have different motives one –external inclination(honest), the second is honest(Immediatiate inclination), the third for the sake of duty(he does the right thing because it is the right thing). It has no moral worth. - Aristotle’s function argument- happiness is the highest good. What is x good for? (function) What is good for x? ex: Knife is good for cutting so what is good for the knife. What is the function of a human being( what is distinctive of a human being)the human function is REASON!!! -
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