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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Hypothetical Imperative, Deontological Ethics, Categorical Imperative

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The rejection of consequences as a bases for determining what is morally acceptable and instead focuses on duties that are characterized by principles
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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Meta-Ethics, Subjectivism, Relativism

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There are three views of ethics (these three views are also called meta-ethical theories: Objectivism: there is only one universal moral standard. That
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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter 4: Making Moral Judgements (Ethical Choices)

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Ethics chapter 4 making moral judgements good luck kaitlin. Sandra is an esl teacher and learns that one of her students jos is an illegal immigrant fr
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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Paternalism, Moral Agency, Moral Responsibility

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People always make choices, and many of these choices have important moral implications. We take it for granted that most people are autonomous. But no
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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Meta-Ethics, Subjectivism, Relativism

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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ethical Egoism, Psychological Egoism, Moral Psychology

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Ethics chapter 5 moral psychology and egoism. Moral psychology: a largely empirical field that particularly brings together ethical theory and human ps
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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-8: Act Utilitarianism, Rule Utilitarianism, Consequentialism

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A general approach to ethics that states only consequences can determine what is morally right or wrong. All of our actions and behaviours has conseque
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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-5: Moral Agency, Universalizability, Moral Responsibility

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The ability for people to make free choices as a self-determining individual. Not everybody is autonomous, and people who are not autonomous are not al
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CARLETONPHIL 1550Josephine NielsenFall

PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Moral Agency, Paternalism, Lifesaving

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Chapter three personal autonomy and moral agency. Autonomous: able to make free choices as a self-determining individual. Autonomous persons are morall
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PHIL 1550 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Glaucon, Broccoli, Virtue Ethics

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Intro: gyges finds a ring that allows him to disappear and uses it to seduce the queen. They then kill the king and gyges takes over the kingdom and en
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