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Department
Physical Education and Sport
Course
PEDS401
Professor
Judy Davidson
Semester
Winter

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Feb 1 – Other Types of Values Contending with Ethical Disagreements 1.) Disagreements about whether a situation is a moral situation or a moral issue Attempt to show that there is or isn’t something significant that affects those in the circumstance We need to take in welfare, fair treatment and fairness to other players when deciding if something is moral or immoral 2.) Disagreements about what best contributes to the welfare and fair treatment in a particular situation. What are the values that contribute? Through discussion, attempt to get at what contributes most to significant interests We need to convince our reader to pay attention to the values we have chosen. 3a.) is it possible to convince a self interested person to be ethical by prociding ethical reasons? This is an epistemological question (how we know what we know) Is it possible to convince an ethical person to be self-interested by providing self- interest reasons? 3b.) is it possible to convince a self-interested person to be ethical by providing a self-interested reason to be ethical? Is it possible to convince an ethical person to be self-interested by providing ethical reasons to be self-interested? 4. Agreement with moral values but disagreement with means to achieve these Through discussion, attempt to get at w
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