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1. Naive moral realism: action based on rules; motivation is the avoidance of punishment. PRO: If you let your wife die, you will get in trouble. CON: You shouldn't steal the drug because you'll get caught and sent to jail. 2. Pragmatic morality: action based on desire to maximize reward or benefit/minimize negative consequences to oneself. PRO: If you get caught, you could give the drug back and you might get a reduced sentence or probation. It wouldn't be so bad to do a little time or be a little inconvenienced if it meant that your wife would be alive and waiting for you when you get out. CON: If you steal the drug, your wife will probably still die before you get out, so it won't really benefit you in the long run. 3. Socially shared perspectives: action is based on anticipated approval ordisapproval of others and actual or imagined guilt feelings. PRO: No one will think you're bad if you steal the drug, but if you let your wife die, you'll never be able to look anybody in the face again. CON: Everyone will think you're a criminal. After you steal it, you won't be able to face
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course GEB 6376 taught by Professor Kest during the Spring '10 term at Hodges University.

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