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Ethics Morality Applied Ethics
Normative Ethics Descriptive Ethics Meta Ethics
Moral Agent Intuitionism Emotivism…read more

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A set of morals
Something which is Any system devised
and principles; a and right and should be that is believed to offer
study of what is learnt from a ethical answer to a
right or wrong moral problem
How we should act as How language works
a society; it looks at The study of what and the meaning of it.
what guides our people believe in terms Looks at ethical claims
actions. Considers of morality and whether they can
duty, consequence be true or are just
and virtues expressions of emotions
A theory that says that
Someone who is The theory that truths moral judgements such
morally responsible to and principles come as "that is wrong" are
act morally by seeing from intuition not fact but instead an
what is right and expression of the…read more

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Teleological Consequentialist Intrinsically good
ethics thinking
Utilitarianism Inheret Eudaimonia
Deontological Duty Absolutism
ethics…read more

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Knowing whether to do
something by weighing An ethical concept that
Considers the refers to when
out the outcomes and
consequence or the being able to something is good in
outcome of an act understand the and of itself, simple
consequences because it is
a theory in normative
ethics holding that the A permanent element Used as a term for
proper course of from within, quality of highest human good.
action is the one that attribute from that sets Practical philosophy
maximizes overall someone aside from aims to consider what it
happiness. others really is
Considers the duty or The belief that some
responsibility of the When someone has a things are absolutely
moral agent to follow commitment and they right or absolutely
moral law; are obligated to do it wrong and they are
consequenses are fixed for all time and all
irrelevant people.…read more

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Natural moral Kantian ethics Good
Divine command Theodicy Stoicism
A posteriori A priori Analogy…read more

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Moral laws that are A deontological ethical theory
determined from the outset founded by Immanuel Kant What is right; a distinction
of the universe and are based on the idea of moral
duty; action is only goof if between negative and
therefore universal positive entities
performed out of duty
The belief that if God
commands an action then An attempt to resolve the
it is unquestionably `right' evidential problem of evil; Stoicism
because He commanded it an argument to justify the
existence of God
(from the later) (from the earlier)
justification or knowledge knowledge or justification is A similarity between two
is dependent on independent of experience things than can be compared
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