Theory Morality

Theory Morality - Brown 1 Evan Brown Robert Girton Theory...

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Evan Brown Robert Girton Theory of Knowledge AA 13 May 2010 Morality My morality is contextual. The key word is context. The way I act and think is specific to a certain individual at a specific time, but I consciously choose to act a certain way. My mood is a good indicator of how close my morality will be to true morality. This means I can be self centered one day, and self less the next day. Even then, my mood could change throughout the day in a matter of hours or minutes. But no matter what, my morality varies from day to day because I am sometimes more conscious, and make a stronger effort to be fair or moral and other days I could care less. When I am not moral I act first then justify my actions to accommodate my actions. When I am acting moral I reference what I know is right then act. The difference is immoral means I act to satisfy my wants and desires, where being moral means I think about how I should act based upon my moral knowledge. Although I am more immoral than moral,
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This note was uploaded on 11/05/2011 for the course ENG 111 taught by Professor Patterson during the Fall '07 term at Miami University.

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