UTILITARIANISM ONCE MORE Rule utilitarianism maintains that the utilitarian

Utilitarianism once more rule utilitarianism

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MORAL DECISION MAKING: A PRACTICAL APPROACH First , in any moral discussion, make sure that the participants agree about the relevant facts. Second , once there is general agreement on factual matters, try to spell out the moral principles to which different people are, at least implicitly, appealing. OBLIGATIONS, EFFECTS< IDEALS An ideal is some morally significant goal, virtue, or notion of excellence worth striving for. For Further Reflection (CH2) 1.What value, if any, do you see in business students studying the basics of ethical theory?A: 2.Which normative theory or general approach to ethics do you find the most plausible or attractive, and why? A: 3.Can people who disagree about normative theory still reach agreement on practical ethical questions in the business world? A:
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  • Spring '11
  • LBernasconi
  • Ethics, Kant, moral principles, moral decision making

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