Language of ethics

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Doing what is morally acceptable.
Right
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Failing to do what you should do.
Wrong
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An ethical system involving rules that are followed by all people at all times, in all circumstances.
Absolutist
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An ethiical system that has no fixed rules but each action depends on the situation.
Relativist.
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Having its source within the mind; a particular point of view, dependent on the subject.
Subjective
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External to the mind, real or true reagardless of subject and their points of view.
Objective
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Any ethiical system that is concerned with concequences of actions.
Teleological Ethics
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Another name for teleogical ethics.
Consequenctialism
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Focusing on the rightness or wrongness of actions themselves, rather than the rightness or wrongness of concequences.
Deontological
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Any ethical system that is concerned with the act istself rather than the concequences of the act.
Deontological Ethics
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Failing to do what you should do.

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Wrong

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An ethical system involving rules that are followed by all people at all times, in all circumstances.

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An ethiical system that has no fixed rules but each action depends on the situation.

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Card 5

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Having its source within the mind; a particular point of view, dependent on the subject.

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