phi105_appendix_b - Topic Moral codes and ethic codes. Who...

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Associate Level Material Appendix B Final Project Preview My Topic : What are the ethically legitimate functions of civil servants? My Notes: Principle Issues of My Topic Opposing views on the functions of civil servants. How views have changed from earlier times to the present. Current issues like Judge Belvin Perry, Dr. Kevorkian, and John Edwards Philosophies Related to My Topic Kant “The law itself should be the goal for a moral life because moral interest is pure and does not depend on the senses.” Plato’s philosophies of right and wrong- Divine Command Hume on moral judgments and value judgments based on emotions. Misconceptions About My
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Unformatted text preview: Topic Moral codes and ethic codes. Who decides the difference? Should there be punishments for civil servants who do not follow the ethical codes? Deontology. phi105r3 My Philosophy Up To This Point on My Topic Double standards. Individual relativism involving juries. How do I feel about Atheists or other believing in Divine Command? How do those that do not believe decide what is ethically right? I tend to agree with W.D. Ross in that moral duty is self-evident. My Questions and Concerns About My Topic I am not sure I am on the right path. Do you have any suggestions on anything I may include? phi105r3...
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course PHI 105 taught by Professor Taylor during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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