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Define the term 'Values' in ethics
how expensive an item is.
how beautiful an object is
basic and fundamental beliefs that guide or motivate attitudes or actions
rules and regulations of the land
Morals or morality is ....
the common practices of a group of people
the acceptable practices of the society
one’s own personal belief of right or wrong, good or bad
rules and regulation a nation
A person has 'Integrity' if....
the person avoids doing wrong
the person is nice to others
the person goes to work
the persons morals and values are consistently in agreement
Ethics can be explained as '
a persons belief of what is wrong and right
appearing to be a good person
moral principles that govern a person's behaviour
The difference between 'Ethics' and 'Morals'
morals is acceptable while ethics is not
ethics is current while morals is obsolete or old
Ethics are from the community (external) while morals are individual (internal)
Ethics are legal and morals are not
what are the sub-categories of the subject of Ethics
moral, values, honesty and integrity.
good, bad, acceptable and unacceptable
descriptive ethics, qualitative ethics, superlative ethics, modern ethics
Meta-ethics, Normative ethics, descriptive ethics and applied ethics.
The following ethical theory was initiated by Immanuel Kant
Social contract theories
This Ethical theory states that an action is ethical if it results in the happiness of the greatest number of people in a society or a group
Divine Law theory
social contract theory
This ethical theory was formulated by Jeremy Bentham
Divine law theory
The following philosopher believes that 'that people should achieve an excellent character as a pre-condition for attaining happiness or well-being'
An action is wrong if it goes against nature. This is advocated by the -
Divine Law theory
Natural law theory
An applied ethics mostly implemented in healthcare and biomedical sciences
Do no harm/avoidance of harm. Identify which principle this falls under....
Principlism is founded on the following underlying principles - autonomy, justice, non-maleficence and .....
The following is not a type of justice ........