Philosophy - Ethics - Situation Ethics

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Situation Ethics
A method of ethical decision making which states that one must do what ever is the 'most loving'
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Agape
Gods Unconditional Love. and is shown in the bible
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Telological (telos)
foucuses on the telos or end consequence of an action to determine morality
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6 Fundermental Principle
6 things that help to guide christains to understand what the most loving thing to do is in any situation
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4 Working Principles
Built in strenghts of the theory that help people to understand the most loving action
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Personalism
When making a decision you must put the person first
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Relitivism
A decision has to be relative to a situation to reach a consequence
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Pragmatism
To propose a practicle desicion that will lead to a consequence
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Positivism
Accepting love is the most important cause in a decision. must tick off all the 6 principles
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Antinomianisim
Having no fixed moral rules to follow
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Legalism
Having fixed moral rules
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Teleology
Focuses on the end consequence of an action
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Deontological
Focus on te duty behind an action
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Relativistic
No universal norms or rules and that each situation is looked at independantly
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Consequentalist
Moral judgement is based on the acheievd outcome of an act
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Gods Unconditional Love. and is shown in the bible

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Agape

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foucuses on the telos or end consequence of an action to determine morality

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Card 4

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6 things that help to guide christains to understand what the most loving thing to do is in any situation

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Built in strenghts of the theory that help people to understand the most loving action

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