ethics18 - Moral theory is more of an abstract area of...

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HW #18 The main point of Jamison’s paper is that there is a difference between moral practice and moral theory and that moral theory really does not have a great deal to do with acting morally. I agree with this point. I think people’s theories on what is moral are usually what they base things on but at the same time their moral theories can sometimes change with the situation, or there level of attachment to the situation.
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Unformatted text preview: Moral theory is more of an abstract area of thought which focuses on what you would do if something should to happen. Moral practice is more of something that happens during the moment. It is about what you are going to do for a situation that is right in front of you and therefore is usually weighted more in your mind....
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