Unformatted text preview: universally • What is right for one is right for all, and what is right for one situation is right for all situations. The principle of utility • John Stuart mill • Ethical decisions made on the basis of what provides the greatest good for the greatest number of people. The veil of ignorance • John Rawls • Moral and ethical questions are answered by imagining that social roles were completely refashioned and redistributed, and from being your “veil or ignorance” you do not know which role you will be reassigned. What do you think should be done? The golden rule Do on to others as you would have done onto you....
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