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Part 1 ­ Ethical Theories
Ethics is a branch of philosophy concerned with morality. This guide will be
examining systems of moral judgment that allow actions to be categorized
into right & wrong, and then look at a variety of common ethical dilemmas
to see how different ethicists would approach…

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Part 1 ­ Ethical Theories There are four ethical theories on the
syllabus, and Natural Law is one of them. It's a semi-absolute and
deontological ethical theory that has close ties with Catholicism.
Aristotle (384-322 BCE) ­ `Nicomachean Ethics'
· As previously mentioned, Aristotle argued that every object and living…

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· To live in an ordered society - rules and laws make sure everyone is
protected.
· To worship God ­ God is the creator of our society, so show a little
gratitute.
A useful quote for this section is `good is to be done and evil is to
be…

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Part 1 ­ Ethical Theories
· These primary precepts are absolute and never change. From these, we
are able to deduce secondary precepts ­ for example, if the primary
precept is preservation of life, then it follows that natural law would forbid
abortion as this halts a potential life.
·…

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For OCR's G572 Specification
30 pages of concentrated philosophy

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Part 1 ­ Ethical Theories
Ethics is a branch of philosophy concerned with morality. This guide will be
examining systems of moral judgment that allow actions to be categorized
into right & wrong, and then look at a variety of common ethical dilemmas
to see how different ethicists would approach…

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ethical theory you have chosen for your exam answer.

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Part 1 ­ Ethical Theories There are four ethical theories on the
syllabus, and Natural Law is one of them. It's a semi-absolute and
deontological ethical theory that has close ties with Catholicism.
Aristotle (384-322 BCE) ­ `Nicomachean Ethics'
· As previously mentioned, Aristotle argued that every object and living…

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· To live in an ordered society - rules and laws make sure everyone is
protected.
· To worship God ­ God is the creator of our society, so show a little
gratitute.
A useful quote for this section is `good is to be done and evil is to
be…

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Part 1 ­ Ethical Theories
· These primary precepts are absolute and never change. From these, we
are able to deduce secondary precepts ­ for example, if the primary
precept is preservation of life, then it follows that natural law would forbid
abortion as this halts a potential life.
·…

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