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Ethics

Consequentialist theories of moral decision making would have us focus primarily on: A. our relevant moral duties. B. the “goodness” of the actual or expected consequences of the actions. C. the development of moral character. D. the struggle to overcome moral vice. is it D

Ethics in Criminal Justice

The correlativity of rights and duties mean that: A. moral duties override moral rights. B. moral rights override moral duties. C. the existence of moral rights implies duties by which other must abide. D. None of the above. I think the answer is A but not sure.

Ethics in Criminal Justice

The correlativity of rights and duties means that: A. moral duties override moral rights. B. moral rights override moral duties. C. the existence of moral rights implies duties by which others must abide. D. None of the above. I think it's B. Am I right?

English, pt. 2

what does it means Highly-developed moral character; moral excellence? what does moral means???

Ethics

Please help with an assignment: I need to pick 5 articles from the Washington post, each addressing a moral issue. Each essay needs to have one moral issue question based on the following topics. 1. utilitarianism 2. Moral Rights 3. Distributive Justice 4. Ethic of Care 5. ...

Arts & Humanities 20th century

Hi, I am having a severe case of writer's block at the moment. My assignment asks me to pick a popular t.v series, movie, or book that I believe suggests a moral choice. Then briefly provide explanation of the section of the story I believe to be the moral/ethical dilemma and ...

English

Are claims about moral issues subjective, objective or a matter of debate? Subjective and a matter of debate (but no one will really win the debate!) mor·al (môr'əl, mŏr'-) adj. Of or concerned with the judgment of the goodness or badness of human action and ...

social studies

Imperialism - foreign policy assessment of big stick, panama canal, dollar, moral and open door policies - regarding moral policy where is information about the policy, who created it, when and where it was applied, etc. I cannot find information regarding a moral policy

writing

Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process? What were the possible consequences or outcomes of your decision? When YOU have written...

English

Class 11. Textbook is reflection. Chapter is the gentleman of the jungle. Every fable ends with a moral . What moral do you find in this story?

Biomedical Ethics

Can there be individuals who deserve moral consideration even though they have no moral responsibilities? This question is confusing to me for some reason.

ethics

Disloyalty, greed, mercilessness, prejudice, and intolerance are examples of: a. Moral virtues. b. Corrective emotions. c. Other-directed traits. d. Moral vices. is it D

ethics

Disloyalty, greed, mercilessness, prejudice, and intolerance are examples of: Answer Moral virtues. Corrective emotions. Other-directed traits. Moral vices.

Current moral and ethical issues.

I need to describe current moral and ethical issues faced by a child's day care. Can somebody give me some current moral and ethical issues?

Law

Does the moral judgement of some individuals worsen with age and education? Psychologist Lawarence Kohlberg clamis that moral judgement tends to improve with age and education. He identifies moral improvement as "progrssive internalization and generalization by an individual ...

ethics

Which of the following philosophers argued that a moral agent must be detached and impartial in making moral decisions? a. John Stuart Mill. b. Aristotle. c. Immanuel Kant. d. Charles Darwin.

PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning

What other similarity can we find in Freeman’s stakeholder theory with Kant’s moral theory

english

what does moral censure mean such as when used in the sentence plea bargaining conflicts with moral censure

psychology 101

List and compare Kohlberg’s 6 stages of moral development and Piaget’s theory of moral development.

ethics

hich of the following philosophers argued that a moral agent must be detached and impartial in making moral decisions? a. John Stuart Mill. b. Aristotle. c. Immanuel Kant. d. Charles Darwin.

ethics

hich of the following philosophers argued that a moral agent must be detached and impartial in making moral decisions? a. John Stuart Mill. b. Aristotle. c. Immanuel Kant. d. Charles Darwin.

Moral Philosophy

Moral Philosophy best suited for making Business decisions...

english

wat is moral imperfection? in your own words You need to do it in your own words. Moral imperfection is not immorality, but can lead to it. Lying is a moral imperfection, as is stealing, or cheating. Note to Michelle: When talking to your friends, using shortcuts is fine. When...

psycology

Do an ESSAY Using Kohlberg's three levels and six stages of moral reasoning, create a character that passes through each stage and explain how she/he responds to moral dilemmas present at each stage.

Ethics

I am suppose to write an essay on a Moral Issue of my choice, but I do not really remember all of the Moral Issues, can someone give me a hand on the best one to write on, I need a awesome grade. Thanks Kelly

Critical Thinking

Post your response to the following: State your stance on the Terri Schiavo case, and identify the moral value judgment that influenced you to choose your stance. • An example of a stance is, “Terri Schiavo should have been allowed to live, despite her persistent ...

human growth and development

Marty's moral reasoning was tested with Kohlberg's moral dillemmas.It was determined that Marty has reached Kohlberg's highest level of moral reasoning,postconventional.We know ,therefore,that Marty: a)will always act in accordance with postconventional morality b)will always ...

philosophy

My demand upon the philosopher is known, that he take his stand beyond good and evil and leaven the illumination of moral judgment beneath himself. This demand follows from an insight which I was the first to formulate: that there are altogether no moral facts." what does this...

Ethical Dilemmas/Criminal Justice

Which statement is NOT consistent with Ethical Formalism? a. Moral law is self-imposed b. Moral actions are determined by reason c. lying is never justified d. individuals cannot control the consequences of their decisions. I believe it is D

philosophy

What would be an example of moral reason and non-moral reason of how goverment employees are expected to pubicly express only those views that are consistent with the policies of the goverment?

business

A recent study revealed that most Americans have: a.strong moral values b. a strong desire to do what is right c. few moral absolutes d. a great desire to help their community

CRT 205

Describe a time whe your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process?

philosophy

Create a political campaign ad (a poster, a flier,etc.) for two political parties: one party that supports traditional moral and politcal philosophies and another party that supports modern moral and political philosophies. For each campaign ad, provide a party name, a ...

critical thinking

Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process? What were the possible consequences or outcomes of your decision?

CRT/205

Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your moral reasoning process and your logical reasoning process? What were the possible outcomes and consequences of your decision?

6th grade language

I have to write a fable, based on a moral. I need a good idea for a moral. (All the kids in my class are smart,and they have really imaginative, humorus and creative minds, and I want to have a funny and interesting story too.)

Government

The contention that the Constitution contains moral language that justifies the vigorous protection of individual rights by the judiciary is a view compatible with a. judicial activism. b. judicial restraint. c. analytical jurisprudence. d. precedent-based jurisprudence. e. ...

Ethics

This question refers to the ethical issue of giving organ transplants to prisoners who have been sentenced to prison for the commission of crimes. From a utilitarian perspective, which of the following is an argument against allowing prisoners to receive organ transplants? ...

Philosophy

What is the connection between habit and moral character?Is a bad habit indicative of bad moral character or are habits, by definition, more objective in scope?

hilosophy

a specific moral question which might make it difficult to accept the relativist's response. State the moral issue involved, and provide an explanation as to why you think a relativist might have problem giving a justified response to it

philosophy

Q: Which of the following are considered purposes for a moral theory? a. subjective satisfaction b. provide pleasure c. cause pain d. all of the above e. none of the above I have ruled out A and C, which also rule out D, but i am not sure about of the right answer or if i ...

College related

What is the connection between moral character and political activism? Should there be a link between good moral character and political activity?

philosophy

Consider a specific moral question which might make it difficult to accept the relativist's response. State the moral issue involved, and provide an explanation as to why you think a relativist might have problem giving a justified response to it

phi 200

Consider a specific moral question which might make it difficult to accept the relativist's response. State the moral issue involved, and provide an explanation as to why you think a relativist might have problem giving a justified response to it

Philosophy

I have a paper due and need help with this question. should we encourage population control by limiting family size? Just need someone to help me finish, not do it for me..just some help. Thanks. I. Introduction to the topic. • State the significance of the issue – why is ...

accounting HELP

I know what the moral standards approach is, but what I do not understand how a stakeholder impact analysis might be done using the moral standards approach. Can somebody explain how to do this? I have already gooled it and still did not understand it. I just need it explained...

philosophy

In Some Moral Minima, Lenn Goodman argues that there are certain things that are simply wrong. Do you think Goodman is right? Using specific examples, explore the challenges Goodman presents to relativism. Determine whether you think there are such universal moral requirements...

critical thinking

Resource: “Terri Schiavo’s Parents” news clip · Due Date: Day 4 [Main forum] · View the CNN Pipeline news clip located on aXcess for Week Eight. · Post your response to the following: State your stance on the Terri Schiavo case, and identify the moral value judgment ...

Philosophy

What is traditional moral and political philosophies and modern moral and political philosophies?

Ethics and moral reasoning

Need help with Ethics and moral reasoning Reading Quiz 4

Science

_______ deals with moral values about what is good or bad Please help and quick Probably ethics, but that deals with right and wrong, rights and duties as well as moral values of good and bad, among other concepts.

Children's Literature

Asking your students to show you how the fox in "Hattie and the Fox" felt encourages which development? 1. personality 2. intellectual, 3. social and moral 4.aesthetic creative Wouldn't it encourage social and moral development in students? 2 or 3 would work, I'd think. =)

General Psychology

In considering the importance of culture to ethics please help me answer the below questions: 1. Are some cultures more moral than others? Please give examples and explain your position. Can you describe a moral standard that is at variance with your own ethical system? 2. Are...

Cont. English

Dimmesdale is not free since he does not live with his moral code, because he is concerned with society’s condemnation. He hides his secret of adultery, which is going against his moral code of honesty. Consequently, he is unable to relieve himself of his guilt, and for this...

philosophy

In "Some Moral Minima," Lenn Goodman argues that there are certain things that are simply wrong. Do you think Goodman is right? Using specific examples, explore the challenges Goodman presents to relativism. Determine whether you think there are such universal moral ...

soc

In "Some Moral Minima," Lenn Goodman argues that there are certain things that are simply wrong. Do you think Goodman is right? Using specific examples, explore the challenges Goodman presents to relativism. Determine whether you think there are such universal moral ...

sociology

In "Some Moral Minima," Lenn Goodman argues that there are certain things that are simply wrong. Do you think Goodman is right? Using specific examples, explore the challenges Goodman presents to relativism. Determine whether you think there are such universal moral ...

Philosophy - Ethics

I'm trying to write a 2-3 paged essay about a topic that Immanuel Kant covers in his book Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals. My working thesis is 'Univeral law of morality can not be based on anything other than duty.' But I don't know if I should say duty. Is he basing ...

English

So I have to write an English essay on Richard Wright's Black Boy. And the topic I got was to "discuss moral themes throughout the text." and I'm not sure how to go about writing it. Since it says discuss does that mean I'm not allowed to analyze it? Or yes? I'm just confused...

ethical issues

What international moral code, if any, is being violated by the Bank? What bank? What did "the Bank" do that might have violated international moral code? Please explain and we'll be glad to help you find the answer.

philosophy

Our text discusses the challenge relativism presents to various ethical and religious viewpoints. Consider a specific moral question which might make it difficult to accept the relativist's response. State the moral issue involved, and provide an explanation as to why you ...

Philosophy

Our text discusses the challenge relativism presents to various ethical and religious viewpoints. Consider a specific moral question which might make it difficult to accept the relativist's response. State the moral issue involved, and provide an explanation as to why you ...

logical and critical reasoning

The second proposition is this: an action done from duty has its moral worth, not in the purpose that is to be attained by it, but in the maxim according to which the action is determined. The moral worth depends, therefore, not on the realization of the object of the action, ...

ethics and social responsibilty

In "Some Moral Minima," Lenn Goodman argues that there are certain things that are simply wrong. Do you think Goodman is right? Using specific examples, explore the challenges Goodman presents to relativism. Determine whether you think there are such universal moral ...

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

SocWrite a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper addressing the following points: o Explain the stages of social and moral development children experience from early childhood through adolescence. o Compare the social and emotional development of the children in each of the age groups ...

English

Thank you very much. I just have one more question. I've written a paragraph on Wordsworth's life using the past. At the end I included the following sentence: The power of his imagination enabled him to communicate his knowledge, so that he becomes (not became) a moral ...

phi 200

Our text discusses the challenge relativism presents to various ethical and religious viewpoints. Consider a specific moral question which might make it difficult to accept the relativist's response. State the moral issue involved, and provide an explanation as to why you ...

Ethics

1. Moral principles or moral rules such as "never kill an innocent human being" might be described as: A. virtues. B. conditionals. C. maxims. D. courses of best interest. is it A 2. Which of the following would be a form of disablement? A. Committing a sex offender in a ...

Psychology/ Human Growth

6. According to Kohlberg, a person's stage of moral development is determined by the: a. Type of moral reasoning the person exhibits b. Specific moral conclusions the person reaches c. Overall intelligence of the individual d. Person’s actions in dealing with others 7. In ...

Social Studies

What was the significance of the Moral Majority and the "Contract with America"? What was the significance of the Moral Majority and the "Contract with America"?   a) They both called for an end to all forms of discrimination b) They led to increased budget deficits. c) They ...

PSY

Post your response to the following question: What is the connection between habit and moral character? What is the connection between moral character and politics? Try devoting a paragraph to each. Demonstrate good use of the text! In order to do so, you might contrast what a...

PHI 105

Assignment: Political Campaign Ads  Due Date: Day 7 [Individual] forum  Create a political campaign ad (a poster, a flier, etc.) for two political parties: one party that supports traditional moral and political philosophies and another party that supports ...

Microeconomics

What kinds of situations can moral hazard exist? Are there ways that the government reduces the amount of moral hazard? Thanks so much! RB This site may help you. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_hazard

Philosophy

Create a political campaign ad (a poster, a flier, etc.) for two political parties: one party that supports traditional moral and political philosophies and another party that supports modern moral and political philosophies (modern vs. traditional understood in terms of ch. ...

Philosophy

I have an assignment that is asking me to create a political campaign ad for two political parties: first party supports traditional moral and political philosophies and another party supports modern moral and political philosophies. I am confused on how to go about this? If ...

American Literature

How does Franklin's scheme for moral perfection compare with the self-help books available today, in general? Well Franklin's scheme is similar to self-help because both are for your benefit, making you a better person in life, to yourself and others. An in general his moral ...

Ethics

1. With regard to how we feel about ourselves and our own accomplishments, which of the following would be the virtuous midpoint between moral deficiency and excess? A. Arrogance B. Servility C. Self-respect/proper pride D. Courage is it C 2. Part of the value of moral virtues...

U.S. History

1) Why did President Wilson intervene in Mexico? A: President Wilson intervened in Mexico because he desired to lead by moral example and promote Moral Diplomacy. 2) What incident triggered the beginning of World War I? A: The assassination of the heir to the Austro-Hungarian ...

ethics

Which of the following is the best understanding of Carol Gilligans moral orientation for women? a. Women care for others in a more general and abstract way. b. Women apply the same logical reasoning to moral situations as males. c. Woman care for others in a more personal way...

help

All right-thinking people will support the Board of Education's decision to destroy novels in the school libraries that are offensive to the moral standards of the community. If there were an epidemic of typhoid, the health authorities would be expected to do everything in ...

phi

How would the Kantian moral theory apply in resolving the negative effects on a community? (Points : 1) By treating persons in the community as ends in themselves, then companies will strive to provide quality products as well as to remedy any negative effects imposed on the ...

Criminal justice

What are the primary modifications of the classical school made by neoclassical criminology? Define moral panic according to Stanley Cohen. Compare the concept to the disaster analogy, especially the politics of media construction of particular moral panics. In your opinion ...

Ethics

1. Prima facie duties are different from categorical duties in that: A. they can be overridden by more important duties in a given situation. B. they only need to be followed if doing so brings the best consequences. C. they only apply to some people. D. they only apply to ...

Philosophy

True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. 2. For the members of the Flat Earth Society, who believe that all physical evidence of a round or ...

Philosophy

True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. 2. For the members of the Flat Earth Society, who believe that all physical evidence of a round or ...

Ethics Applied

I have to watch a movie of my choice and then write a paper consisting of 4-5 paragraphs about 2 characters and a major moral issue they each face and then identify the moral approach (egoism, religious ethics, and contractarianism) each uses to resolve the issue. I need help ...

Ethics

1. Which of the following positions holds that moral beliefs vary from person to person, and that one person's beliefs and practices cannot be said to be more right (or wrong) that any other person's? A. Relativism B. Pluralism C. The principle of understanding D. ...

Philosophy

Can someone please check my answers if it is right. Thank you! True/False 1. Rosenstand argues that moral subjectivism is an intuitively sound, "live and let live" kind of moral position that is both appealing and socially cohesive. -FALSE 2. For the members of the Flat Earth ...

english -

Describe a time when your moral values influenced the way you responded to an issue. What differences did you notice between your logical reasoning process and your moral reasoning process? What were the possible consequences or outcomes of your decision? (150-200) Three years...

Child Development

My Moral Reasoning assignment says to select one of the age groups I chose in week 6: Middle Childhood (6-10). Then says: Decide on child's age, what level and stage he or she is at developmentally, and list some characteristics demonstrating the nature of the stage. The age I...

Psychology

What is "moral education" ?

SOC120

what is moral minima

English

I urgently need you to chech the question and the answer to it. I considered your corrections. 1) Explain the meaning of the word compromise applied to the Victorian way of life. (Explain how the word compromise applied to the Victorian way of life). Then outline briefly the ...

Philosophy - Ethics

I asked a question yesterday about Immanuel Kant, Grounding of the Metaphysics of Morals, and now I have a new question. I am writing a paper on how Kant is saying that inclinations shouldn't be involved in moral decisions, because inclinations do not lead to moral worth, and ...

APUSH

Please check? 1. a 2.c 3. e 4. b 1. Before the civil war the south's slave labor force a. was a self reproducing population b. was generally unprofitable to the planter class c. was an inflexible labor system d. was employed exclusively in the cultivation of cotton e. was ...

health

Some Moral Minima

college

What is modern moral and political philosophy?

Civics Moral Education

I need help with my homework

science

Can one be moral and not believe in God?

Philosophy 215

what is the Schools Of Thought of moral

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