PERSPECTIVES ON ETHICS

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  • PERSPECTIVES ON ETHICS
    • How DO we behave
      • GILLIGAN'S MODEL
        • Interpersonal relationships
          • Responsibility for the well-being of others
        • Women & men have different paths to moral development
        • STAGES:
          • 1) Pre-conventional: individual survival
          • 2) Conventional:care for others
          • 3) Post-conventional: care for self and others
      • KOHLBERG'S MODEL
        • STAGES OF MORAL DEVELOPMENT
          • 1) Children: rules, punishments, obedience
          • 2) Individualism & Exchange (punishment only a risk)
          • 3) Good interpersonal relationship
          • 4) Mainting SOCIAL order
          • 5) Social contract & individual rights
        • (more male)
        • HEINZ DILEMMA
          • 1) Bad to steal
          • 2) Drugist charging too much
          • 3) Love right
          • 4) Wrong - stealing = chaos
          • 5) (not in favour of breaking the law) But it's okay sometimes when life is > property
    • How SHOULD we behave
      • Teological; CONSEQUENTALISTS
        • Relativist
          • Virtue-based; CHARACTER
            • Ethics of care
              • Solidarity community
              • Relationships
            • Habit/quality
            • Proper goal of human life is HAPPINESS, achieved by living a virtuous life
        • Utilitarianism
        • Practical
          • Virtue-based; CHARACTER
            • Ethics of care
              • Solidarity community
              • Relationships
            • Habit/quality
            • Proper goal of human life is HAPPINESS, achieved by living a virtuous life
        • Deontological perspective; NON-CONSEQUENTALISTS
          • Absolutist
          • R&R
          • Concerned with what people do, not with the consequences of their actions
          • Deals with intentions & motives
          • Hard to reconcile conflicting duties
      • Deontological perspective; NON-CONSEQUENTALISTS
        • Absolutist
        • R&R
        • Concerned with what people do, not with the consequences of their actions
        • Deals with intentions & motives
        • Hard to reconcile conflicting duties

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