It is additionally a harmony between two extremes. This can likewise be known as the "Golden Mean". I interpreted virtue ethics as meaning that you work on being straightforward, liberal and just (which means you practice actions that continue great moral character). At that point as you develop into a good ethically right character. In doing this you generally keep on utilizing these moral propensities and you comprehend what and when the correct decision is made. The main issue that I ran over having with virtue ethics is that God isn't included. The following theory I added to my frenzy is Revelation Christian Ethics. This theory applies to me because I believe what the Bible states and that it ought to be a rundown of metaethics that Christians live by. The Ten Commandments are moral rules that I figure all ought to pursue. This world would be greatly improved for everybody on the off chance that we had confidence in the Lord, regarded our dads and moms, individuals did not kill or commit adultery, etc., despite it being irrational to trust that everybody could and would concur on these standards. The other piece of this theory that I would state fits me is the "Golden Rule." I treat others in the way I want to be treated. This standard may have a few issues in the way that "I" need to be treated can be understood into different ways.
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