CheckPoint - moral character viewpoints

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CheckPoint: Moral Character Viewpoints CheckPoint: Moral Character Viewpoints PHI/105 Hannah Jackson 1
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CheckPoint: Moral Character Viewpoints My classmates and I agreed on the idea that political activism and moral character have a connection. Mostly we all stated that people’s political actions are based upon their morals that are good or bad. Our ideas and actions are based off our moral character. We also agreed that those with good moral character would care more about others and do more good verses those with bad morals who are more likely to do things for themselves. If all people involved in politics and political activism had good moral character more good moral choices would be made to better things. The topic my classmates and I disagreed on the most was that
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Unformatted text preview: habits define our moral character. Some classmates believed that our habits define our morals and our morals are based off of our habits. They also believed that our habits were set just as our morals our. Other classmates disagreed with this. They believe that habits are ever changing because they are part learned and part choice, while our morals are pretty set in stone. Our morals evolve in us in our youth and are pretty set in us for our lives, and because we all have good and bad habits we can change these based on decisions such as a bad habit of smoking make be changed because we can choose to no longer smoke therefore it will no longer be a bad habit. 2...
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2011 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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