Teleological Ethics

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Nina Rosenstrand: The Moral Of The Story
Uses an analogy about a family and a neighbor to demonstrate the difference between teleological and deontelogical utilitarianism.
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Teleological Criteria
Concerned with the consequences of our actions ans their instrumental value.
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Teleological Ethical Theory
Judges actions on their consequences, is therefore consequentialist.
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Consequentialist
Uses the consequences to judge whether actions are good/ bad.
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Instrumental Value
Intended as a stepping stone toward a final goal.
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Intrinsic Value
Something which we value purely for our own sake.
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Concerned with the consequences of our actions ans their instrumental value.

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Teleological Criteria

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Judges actions on their consequences, is therefore consequentialist.

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Uses the consequences to judge whether actions are good/ bad.

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Intended as a stepping stone toward a final goal.

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