RGS6036.E1.ex2.10

RGS6036.E1.ex2.10 - Name: Exercise Number: 2.10 Exercise...

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Name: Exercise Number: 2.10 Exercise Theory Title: Situation Ethics Theory 1-Theory Description As described by Ash, Situation Ethics holds that love is the only moral criterion and that all our actions are to be judged by it and it alone. It is the theory that the morally right thing to do in any given situation is that which would result in the most “loving” outcome. An ethical situation derives its source from human experiences, decisions, and how they ought to behave when facing an ethical duty, or moral virtue. Situation Ethics is based on one principle defined by morality which is important in the right decision- making process. In fact, Situation Ethics reveals a view of ethics that deprecates general moral principles while emphasizing the source of moral judgments in the distinctive characters of specific situations. Furthermore, in a more philosophical view, “situation ethics” take particular judgments to be basic in morality, rather than general ones, which they regard as
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2011 for the course BUS 6036 taught by Professor Ivanov during the Spring '11 term at Dallas.

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RGS6036.E1.ex2.10 - Name: Exercise Number: 2.10 Exercise...

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