4 edition of Five Types of Ethical Theory (International Library of Philosophy) found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||November 30, 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
nodata File Size: 10MB.
Examples of goods common to all include affordable health care, effective public safety, peace among nations, a just legal system, and an unpolluted environment. Library Philosophy and Practice, University of Nebraska—Lincoln Libraries, accessed March 5, 2018,• Just results of actions override utilitarian results• Equally as important is a vision of liberation that is an alternative to oppressive conditions.
For starters, there is the fact that she is likely to be in the vast minority as a group member with philosophical training. Grammatical Errors rating: 5 The text does not have any grammatical errors. We think the study of ethics — unlike say maths — ought to direct our eye to what is going on around us in the world.
It means, for example, that there is no basis for distinguishing between identified lives e. There is no straightforward answer to this question. Kant is a rationalist writing during the Enlightenment 1685—1815. I might be making a statement about an ethical fact• Seeing such resilience in the face of such awful violence we are humbled and can recognize, what Kant calls, its moral worth.
Perhaps, then, he realizes how little can be accomplished, in the study of ethics, to provide it with a rational foundation. Aristotle explains what each of these states of mind is, draws various contrasts among them, and takes up various questions that can be raised about their usefulness. The various political philosophies enshrined in indian constitution are: Democracy,equality,liberty,justice,secular, federalism,socialism,universal adult franchise, fraternity.
Rather than following rules the decision maker should follow a desire to seek the best for the people involved.
Addressing the moral skeptic, after all, is the project Plato undertook in the Republic: in Book I he rehearses an argument to show that justice is not really a virtue, and the remainder of this work is an attempt to rebut this thesis.
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Related to this, his theory respects the rights of individuals and, relatedly, their dignity.
First, if used too strictly, and adhered to too inflexibly, moral theories can hamper moral imagination and intuition, and obscure access to the insights of, for example, common morality.