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Ten Commandments: 1. Jesus ethics 2. Greatest and second greatest commandments: inner transformation of the law of love Divine command theory and natural law 1. It is right because of divine command, God 2. Divinity if omnipotent and creates moral values 3. Without divinity there is no right and wrong 4. Moral values are arbitrary 5. Depend on God’s will and preferences 6. If God commands it because it is right then - Values of right and wrong are absolute and lie outside of Gods command - Values are formed by natural law of reason to which even God must conform - God is not omnipotent - Morality is accessible to human reason Aristotle 1. Niomachean ethics 2. Happiness requires both complete virtue and a complete life 3. Habits of one’s youth make all the difference
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4. Meta ethics Aristotle’s virtue theory 1. All actions are teleological or have a purpose 2. Greatest good in it self is happiness 3. Happiness ( eudaimonia ) - exercise of ones soul in accordance with perfect virtue 4. We become virtuous by doing or performing virtuous acts
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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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