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Project2_IT590 - Unit 2 1 Running Head PRACTICAL ETHICAL THEORIES Practical Ethical Theories Paper Jennifer Angel Kaplan University IT590 Dr

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Unit 2 1 Running Head: PRACTICAL ETHICAL THEORIES Practical Ethical Theories Paper Jennifer Angel Kaplan University IT590 Dr. Michael McGivern January 19, 2010
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Unit 2 2 Abstract Ethics and moral decisions are the choices everyone in all societies across the globe use in their daily lives. Without these choices, there would be havoc. Rules and regulations were created to help people live lives with order. Through religious guidance's and community involvement most individuals make their decisions without much concern. Through careful study, this paper will attempt to cover the two questions posed for this unit.
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Unit 2 3 Table of Contents Title Page………………………………………………………………………………………. .1 Abstract………………………………………………………………………………………….2 Table of Contents…………………………………………………….………………………….3 Practical Ethic Theories………………………………………………………………. .………. .4 Information Technology Issue…………………………………………………………………. .6 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………………9 References……………………………………………………………………………………….10
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Unit 2 4 Practical Ethic Theories The Divine Theory is based on the idea that good actions are those aligned with the will of God and bad actions are those contrary to the will of God (Quinn, 2009). The birth of Christianity brought order to a world filled with sin, bad deeds and disarray. Within the lives of the prophets of Jesus, we learned that good deeds reap good rewards. The diverse Christian world consists of more bible choices than the King James Version; however, the translations have been created to help those understand the true words of God. In the early years of Christ coming to the people of Jerusalem, Hebrews and Christians alike talked in a different manner. Throughout the transformation of languages, the meanings of words have changed creating a
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Project2_IT590 - Unit 2 1 Running Head PRACTICAL ETHICAL THEORIES Practical Ethical Theories Paper Jennifer Angel Kaplan University IT590 Dr

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