1. What is ethics?isadisciplineanditstudiesmorality
2.Explain the difference between normative ethics and metaethics.
PHI 3000 Metaphysics
Even if one sees that P one is still not justied in believing that P.
P1: Cabbage patch dolls have just come out in stores.
P2: Cabbage patch dolls are in high demand and have been depleting from shelves
Essay #1: Kant
Ethics 2200C/ Dr. Gaffney
Kants belief is that living rightly should always be put above living well. To live
rightly we have a duty to do what is right, simply because its right. The Kantian moral
ideal calls for doing the right
P: To have knowledge of the past is to have evidence that cannot be used to justify other
P: Evidence that is provided for one conclusion can be used to justify other conclusions.
P: We cannot rule out even the most far-fetched conclusions de
Ethics M/R 10:40
For a utilitarian the principle of utility is the supreme moral principle, it is what
justifies everything. A utilitarian is dedicated to increase happiness and minimize misery.
However there are two main problems t
In the Nicomachean Ethics Aristotle believes that happiness is our highest goal
and is something we must aim for. In beginning his study of ethics with happiness as the
first principle Aristotle establishes that happiness is the ultimate goal