Principle of ethics

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EthicsMoral principles that govern a person's behaviour or the conducting of an activity
ValuesThey are personal standard or ideals which serve as guides to individuals conduct and design making
MoralsA lesson especially one concerning what is right or prudent that can be derived from a story a piece of info.. Or an experience
DiscreationThe power to amend decisions that can involve the deprivation of an individual life, liberty, or property
Ethical dilemma Are situations where an individual struggles with personal desicion making
Normative of ethics Theories seek to explain ethical actions
DeontologyGreek word for duty (Deon) and study (logos)
General obligation Are to avoid lying, cheating, promise breaking, mudering, and torture,
Special obligation Are those which derive from ones having made a promise, signed a contract, or as a result of occupying a unique social role such as being a teacher
Divine commandThe most common forum of deontology morals theory derive their moral obligation from God or religious text
Duty theoryAn action is morally right if its in accord with some list of duties and obligations
Right theory An action is morally right if it adequately respects the rights of all humans
VirtuesDesirable characteristic that the moral or virtuous person embodies
Denial of responsibility Pulled I think. Circumstances beyond control
Denial of injury No harm Whts big deal
Denial of victim I did nothing wrong victim deserves it
ConsequentialismOutcome of actions, intentions don't matter balance
ActGood over bad consequences
RuleOutcomes that rules tend to support
Principle Take a view over societies view
Social contracts Different opinions and values In society
Law and order morality Actions are illegal so don't do
Good boy attitude Evaluate consequences of relationship
Self interest Further individuals interest to do
Avoiding punishment Judge morality of action based on direct consequences