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WGU ethics stack

WGU Ethics Study Stack

gandian ethics practical wisdom
Jaina ethics non harming
hindu ethics self restraint or self sacrifice
christ against culture other worldly pietism
christ of culture casts gospel glow
christ & culture in paradox separates kind rule from stern public rule
christ above culture control over public life
christ tranforming culture influence but not control
Kant retributivism (eye for an eye)
Bentham utilitaianism (what makes the most people happy)
deontological duties to people or god
simple subjectivism moral language
ethical subjectivism moral opinions
natural law 1. everything in nature has a purpose 2.how things ought to be 3.based on reason
Earliest ethical writing Mesopotaiman legend of Gilamesh
Socrates rational; what you think is right, is right
sophists encouraged relativism and skepticism
Aristotle virtue ethics
utilitarianism judged on consequences, what makes the most people happy
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