In the legal system, some crimes are considered more serious than others. For example, murder is classified by degrees with first degree murder considered a more serious crime than second or third degree murder. Should ethics be viewed in the same way with certain unethical decisions being viewed as more serious than others, or are all unethical decisions equal? Explain.
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