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Ethics Ethics
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Moral standards that regulate right and wrong conduct; most standards vary greatly between populations. What you “should” do rather than “can” do; no universal “right and wrong.”
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Duty Theories Virtue Theories
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Develop good habits of character; a good person makes good decisions. Meet obligations, following the rules of a greater being.
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Social Contract Theory Consequential Theories
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Seek favorable outcomes; future- oriented. Minimum social standards must be adhered to; doesn’t understand other theories.
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Virtue Theories 1. Virtue theories 2. Duty theories 3. Consequenti al theories
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4. Social contract theory
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Ethical theories: If you’re a good person, then the decisions you make are good decisions; very common in Western cultures (i.e. representative democracy and jury of peers).
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Virtues 1. Wisdom 2. Courage 3. Temperance 4. Justice
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Plato’s virtues: Fortitude, generosity, self-respect, good- temper, and sincerity.
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Rights Theories Vices
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insensitivity, injustice, and vanity. The strong must
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