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Individual Assignment (LAW2103) Name: Shereen Lee Chen Xin Introduction The moral theory is to explain what makes the action correct or what makes people or things better. There are two main moral theory schools, namely, the consequences of theory and non-conclusive theory. Everyone has a different approach to the legitimacy of action. For example, in the corresponding point of view, what makes action rights considered moral and moral. On the other hand, in non-fruiters, the consequences of an action are not necessary for the legitimacy of conduct. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to critically evaluate each theory, to point out the pros and cons of each theory, to provide relevant examples, to make viable recommendations for improving the theory.
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Consequentialist Theories For normative ethical theory, the consequences of human behavior are the basis of the correctness or ultimate error of these acts. Thus, from a relative point of view, ethical behavior will produce good results or results. In extreme forms, the thought is often referred to as "final evidence", which means that if a goal is morally important, any implementation is acceptable. Consequentialism is usually contrasted with moral ethics, because in the case of rules and moral responsibility, moral responsibility is the center of morality, leading to the nature of the act itself, not the wrong behavior of the act. Moral ethics is also contrary to moral ethics, moral ethics focuses on the nature of the agent, not the nature or consequence of the act or omission itself, and the scientific and pragmatic aspects of science: social progress in many lives, so you can modify any moral code. The corresponding theory is different in how to define the moral object. Some people think that the consequences and moral theory are not necessarily mutually exclusive. This concept can only be proved by the consequences of owning these rights. Similarly, Robert Nozick proposed a major consequence theory but introduced an inviolable "boundary constraint" that limits the behavior allowed by the agent. The most basic utilitarianism points out. The biggest advantage is that things are morally good. This is a moral or immoral moral or ethical concrete ethical theory of specific behavior. When defining useful results in terms of utility, the utility is defined as the greatest happiness. The result of value is considered to be the well-being of most people. For example, the greatest happiness is the greatest happiness. The largest number can refer to customers, shareholders, employees, and communities. The choice of the best interests of the pragmatists for the majority is morally the right choice. There is 2 type of Utilitarianism respectively are Act Utilitarianism and Follow the Rule.
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