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Phil Final

Warrant Justified- legal/moral justification for killing
in jus bello The rules of warfare, rules of engagement.
Racialism Appiah, Certain racial characteristics- grouped into small set of races Subdividing larger human species into subgroups by inherited characteristics
Race Feeling Appiah. Connectivity based on race, family
Extrinsic Racism 472, People who judge on basis of physical attributes, inferiority based on qualities
Intrinsic Racism 472,Judgements based on racial solidarity
Cognitive Incapacity Lack of ability to get past moral judgments made on basis of extrinsic or intrinsic racism
Egoism Cocky
Ethical Egoism James
Ethics Morals, principles. What is right and wrong
Interlocutor Speaking between characters in Aristotle dialogue. Aris
Virtue Ethics Virtue in everyone so each person can make ethical decisions. Right behavior= good behavior= excellence- depends upon character- on mean. Aris.
Aristotelian Mean Middle ground- evil good find the in between
Eudaimonia Happiness- well being- good life. Arist
Arete Virtue- good character, excellence. Aristotle
Habit Rely on this if finding mean doesn't work Aristotle
Deontoloical Ethics Kant
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