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1Insights to Assist with the Integration of Ethical Theories in Group Projects orResearch PapersBelow you’ll discover the various ethical theories presented in class, a standard definition foreach theory, along with some insights that will assist you when utilizing the chosen theory ingroup projects or research papers.Ethical Relativism:Definition:There are no universal or objectively valid moral principles, for all moral judgments are simply a matter of individual human opinion, or the collective opinion of a particular society.Insights:1.When arguing a topic using the SubjectiveRelativist perspective, the two key words are “individual opinion.” Thus, if you choose this theory you should clearly articulate a personal opinion regarding the ethical issue, and then build an argument around the statedopinion.2.When arguing a topic using the Cultural Relativist perspective, the two key words are “collective opinion.” In this regard, when using this theory, you should clearly state the collective opinion of a group (family, faith community, local community, state, government, etc.) and then use this collective opinion as a basis for the development of your rational argument. Ethical Egoism:Definition: People ought always to do only what is in their own self-interest. When arguing Ethical Egoism, you can select either the Rule-Egoists or the Act-Egoists theory.

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Spring
Professor
ArtMoyer
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Integration of Ethical Theories in Group Projects, Integration of Ethical Theories

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