lanre 7 - Chapter 17: Ethics Conflict of Duties Duty to...

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Chapter 17: Ethics Conflict of Duties Duty to… Self Audience Employer Profession Society 7 Moral Principles 1. 2. Do Unto Others: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” 3. Categorical imperatives: “Act on the maximum that you would want to become universal law” 4. Utilitarian Ethics: “Happiness for the greatest number” 5. Pragmatic Ethics: “Judging decisions by their results” 6. Egalitarian ethics: Veil of ignorance; making decisions with a blind eye to social or discriminating factors to treat everyone the same 7. Social Responsibility Ethics: Making decisions that serve society responsibly Deontological v. Teleological v. Situational Ethics Deontological Ethics = The Process Deon (duty) Good Action comes from good process
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Theory of Divine Command: popper decisions come from obeying God’s will Theory of Divine Rights of King: allegiance to Monarchs who derive authority from God
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