Method and Moral Theory

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The Nature of Moral Theories: Implications

Implications for human experience:

  • Dominant conception implies that peole are motivated by the same things, but this isn't true.
  • Legal and economic reasoning has implications for human experience as not eerybody would understand legal and economy.
  • Viewing morality from the 'ground up' would have implications upon the wider community as people would become more self-focused and not think about others.
  • Getting rid of a law-giver could create problems in society as people are no longer following a law imposed upon them and also this could remove motivation to act in a moral way.
  • Banishing


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