The Working Principles for Situation Ethics


The Four Working Principles for Situation Ethics:


-The idea was influenced by Philosopher and Psychologist William James. 

-Fletcher wrote 'All are agreed; the good is what wroks, what is expedient, what gives satisfaction.' This means there there is no point in suggesting a solution to a problem jsut because it is a good solution if that solution will just fall flat in practice.

-The key to a success of an Ethical solution isn't in the thought but in the application.


-The view that statments of faith are accpeted voluntarily and reason is then used to work out someone's faith.

-This goes against the view that reason should…


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