PHI 2010 Test 3 Study Guide 2010

PHI 2010 Test 3 Study Guide 2010 - PHI 2010: Test 3 Study...

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PHI 2010: Test 3 Study Guide Checklist for Success: Attended lectures and took good notes Studied powerpoints Attended discussion group(s) if possible Completed practice tests online Studied study guide Asked questions when confused Ethics: What is the Right Thing for Me to Do? Meaning of “Ethics” and divisions of subject: normative ethics, meta-ethics, applied ethics Ethical Theories : main points and problems Divine Command Theory : Ten Commandments, Jesus’ ethic Virtue Theory: Aristotle : Nicomachean Ethics , teleological, eudaimonia (happiness), virtue, golden mean, moral luck Deontology: Kant : goodwill, freedom, categorical imperative (two formulations), specific duties Utilitarianism/Consequentialism: Mill : greatest happiness principle, responses to objections The theories above are all normative, the theories below are meta-ethical. Natural History of Morals: Nietzsche
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course PHI 2010 taught by Professor Stanlick during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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