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Ethical Decision Bases Universalism
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Universalism  Key Principles Take an action only if you’d get what you want if  everyone  did it, under equivalent circumstances. Do not use others inappropriately as a means to an  end.
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Universalism  Important Things to Note Is NOT the same thing as the “Golden Rule.”  It builds on and  extends it. The first principle mentions “equivalent circumstances.” A key is  what constitutes equivalent. “what you want” in the first principle refers specifically to the  objective of your decision, not in general.  The first principle also gets at the issue of sustainability. “inappropriately” in the second principle relates to dignity, and 
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