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26.Slides - Exam#2 Monday November 3rd Will cover Chapters...

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Exam #2 Monday, November 3 rd Will cover Chapters 5, 6 and 8 And all notes since last exam
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Richard Shweder’s Three Ethics Ethic of autonomy Directly harming another person, or limiting their autonomy Ethic of community Failing to carry out duties; not living up to certain obligations of a role Ethic of divinity Disrespecting the sacredness of God; causing impurity to self or others
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Ethic of autonomy Seeing someone else violate this ethic leads to anger Examples: Hearing about a man who comes home drunk and beats his wife Hearing about someone who put cyanide in a container of yogurt at the supermarket Hearing about a pedestrian who was hit by a drunk driver Hearing about a pregnant woman smoking a pack of cigarettes a day
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Ethic of community Seeing someone else violate this ethic leads to contempt Examples: Hearing a 10-year-old child curse at his/her parents Seeing a guy steal something from Wal-Mart Hearing about a woman who lies about an injury so she can collect disability payments her whole
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