Chapter 1: Recognizing Ethical Decision
L01: Discuss the essence of good character.
A. Good character can be define as
Good principles ( to guide actions)
Conscience ( to internalize those principles)
Chapter 7: Courts: How Ought a Case Be Adjudicated?
I. To appreciate John Rawls' theory of justice and the "greatest equal liberty"
A. Give a brief summary of John Rawl's theory of justice.
Two principles of justice
Yes and No. Yes because they may be thinking about killing someone and they will
eventually do it. No because they might be thinking of it and they might not do it, and also
scanning through people head is wrong and
Chapter 6: Police: How should the Law Be Enforced?
A. Bill of Rights: First ten amendments of the U.S. Constitution
1. 4th amendment
a) The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and
Their conduct in the view of virtue was that they did wrong. They are supposed to
achieve real goods through virtuous actions that result in ethical happiness. Their action was not
virtuous or ethical. Their conduct
Chapter 5: Crime and Law: When Behaviors Ought to Be Crimes?
1. Consensus: criminal law reflects societys consensus that a behavior is harmful enough to
merit government prohibition.
No, it is not morally permissible because it is cheating. It is not for the greater good, so
therefor, you should not do it. It is not fair for the other players that you knew the answer
beforehand. If you publicly ge
Chapter 4: Utilitarianism: Measuring Consequences
L01: Define/compare/contrast teleological and deontological
A. Teleological: a theory of ethics according to which the rightness of an act is determined
by its end. Fo
The moral duty is to care and help if possible. To acknowledge that the matter at hand is
important. Knowing that you can do something to help someone and not do it, is wrong. For
someone to take the worst situation a
Chapter 3: Formalism: Carrying Out Obligation and Duty
L01: Define deontological ethics.
A. Deontological ethics: the morality of an action is determined by whether it conform to or
violate a moral principle. An examp
Yes I would return to face years in prison, but I would not spent six years in prison. I
would find my third friend and drag him with me to Malaysia to be sentenced with me. The only
way that I could face six years i
Chapter 2: Virtue Ethics
LO1: Define moral virtue and how it is "central" to Aristotle's beliefs. Explain Aristotle's views
on morals, ethics and values.
A. Moral virtue can be defined as the right habit of right des
It was not ethical for the teacher to allow the student into the competition to reward his
improvement because it is not fair for the rest of the students. It was wrong of him to let him
enter the competition, which
I think that Schlictmann refused the 24 million dollar settlement, because he believed that
the people deserved to get paid more than that. I think he believed that, if went to court, the
corporation that affected the