Indonesia country study
November 17, 2011
In any growing economy, the construction sector is one of the busiest at any given time.
This is because it is involved in the construction of roads and infrastructure, buildin
War, Terrorism, and
The central question:
When, if ever, are we
morally justified in
resorting to violence?
Violence (against people):
The physical or psychological
attack on, or the vigorous
LEGAL KILLING OF
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Ethics in Philosophical Traditions
Karma- all actions are moral actions that require future consequences. Good actions lead
naturally to good consequences Bad actions lead naturally to bad consequences
Samsara- after death, one is r
Abolitionists- those who wish to abolish capital punishment
Retentionists- those who wish to retain the death penalty
Punishment- the deliberate and authorized causing of pain or harm to someone thought to
have broken a law
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Justice- the morality of persons getting what is fair or what is their due.
Right- a claim or entitlement to something; a moral demand that obligates others to honor it.
Duty to beneficence- a moral obliga
Abortion The deliberate (or induced)
termination of a pregnancy by surgical or
medical (with drugs) means.
Therapeutic abortion An abortion performed
to protect the life or health of the mother.
Conception The merging
For the torture to be justified
o The victim would have to know the purpose of the torture
o That purpose would have to be the performance of some morally permissible action
within the power of the victim to perform,
Explain the difference between moral and intellectual virtues as described by Aristotle.
It is possible for people to do wrong. Virtue requires knowledge and action. He does not
think that all goods and evils are comparable. Different goods can constitute