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philosophies of life study guide

philosophies of life study guide - o Virtue Ethics o Kant...

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Study Guide Most, but not necessarily all, of the following concepts will be covered in your test. I recommend you become familiar with them all: What are the following disciplines? o Metaphysics, epistemology, Ethics. What are the following ideas? o Normative and descriptive ethical reflection o Ethical Skepticism, o Ethical Relativism, o Deontological ethical theories. o Virtue Ethics
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Unformatted text preview: o Virtue Ethics o Kant and the Categorical Imperative o The Social Contract o Utilitarianism § Who are the major proponents? § What, for them, makes an action ethical? • Philosophical Issues o Why did Socrates believe he had to die? § What was the crime they said he committed? • It will be an in-class, closed book test. • Studying is HIGHLY recommended....
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