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HCR 210 Lecture Notes 3 Philosophy and Ethics - Intense and critical insight of beliefs - Provides structure and coherences of thoughts and beliefs - Cartesian Philosophy Moral Judgement - A process of making an assessment about an ethical situation Naturalism vs Rationalism - Naturalism – comes from human nature - Rationalism – comes from absolute truths that do not depend on human nature Utilitarianism - all is focused on end result, ends justify the means - Act (actions to increase overall good) vs Rule (based on rules for overall good) Deontology - Rightness or wrongness of an act depends on the act itself, not consequence
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