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Ethics exam

euthyphro Plato
Republic Plato
Apology Plato
Crito Plato
Nicomachean Aristotle
Summa Theologica Aquinas
Leviathan Hobbes
Two Treatise of Gov't John Locke
A Treatise of Human Nature David Hume
Intro to Princ. Of Morals and Legislature Bentham
Utilitarianism of Liberty Mill
Anarchical Fallacies Bentham
Groundwork Kant
egoism driven by self interest, Psychological
ethical egoism driven by morals, Hobbes
consequences determines if actions are right or wrong
rules some actions are intrinsically wrong consequences
virtue excellent character traits, Socrates
vice too much/too little
golden mean strive for the middle path, deficiency mean excess
Human Function Reasoning, Aristotle
Aristotle and Mill intrinsic and instrumental value
Natural law protect and preserve own life
doctrine of double effect actions determine right and wrong. means -> ends -> future consequence
natural rights the right to choose the moral or immoral path (Locke)
Lockean Proviso only take what is absolutely necissary
rational autonomy justification (Kant)
Dignity absolute value
utilitarianism doing good for the greater amount of people
morality -> benevolence natural virtue: doing good
justice -> benevolent self interest artificial virtue: doing good only if its useful
anarchical fallacies false gov't, natural vs legal rights
Created by: adaaspire



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