Ethics III

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  1. Act in own self interest
    founder of capitalism
    benefit self
    Moral Egoism - Adam Smith
  2. Government can limit rights
    Equal rights in marriage
    Determinist
    Mill
  3. Thomas Hobbes
    John Locke
    Jean Roussseau
    John Rawls
    Robert Nozick
    Adam Smith
    Social Contract Theorists
  4. Student of Socrates
    Mathematician
    Wrote "Socratic Dialectic & Republic"
    virtue = happiness
    Wrote Cave Allegory
    Plato
  5. Never wrote books
    coined question debate technique
    people do wrong only from ignorance
    knowledge = virtue
    virtue = happiness
    Socrates
  6. Socrates
    Aristotle
    Plato

    What type of ethics?
    Virtue Ethics
  7. created just war theory
    Fath and reason are together
    nature is learning God
    St. Thomas Aquinas
  8. consequences determine rightness
    rightness produced by outcome
    maximize overall happiness
    end justify the means
    Utilitarianism
  9. Everythins has purpose
    money sex work not happiness
    balance is key
    Plato student
    virtue = happiness
    Aristotle
  10. Cannot change fate
    live a passionless life
    problems embraced
    sex avoided
    life cannot be changed
    • Stoicism
    • Epictetus
  11. happiness is lifes purpose
    avoid pain
    increase pleasure
    pleasure = virtue
    Epicurianism - Epicurus
  12. Every view valid
    Ethical Relativism
  13. Service to society is pleasure
    behavior should not prevent overall happiness
    community happiness better than self happiness
    Determinist
    J. Benthem
  14. Just War Theory
    • Declared in competency
    • just cause
    • right intentions
    • provocation (provoked)
  15. intentional,
    chosen freely
    autonomy
  16. go past own experiences
    • Transcendential Idealism
    • Kant
  17. rightness based on act
    good based on intent or motive
    Deontology - Kant
  18. events caused by your past
    events caused by natural laws
    determinism
  19. moral for 1 moral for all
    • Categorical imperitive
    • - Kant
  20. income tax is forced labor
    redistribution of wealth only in righting past wrongs
    Nozick
  21. greatest for least advantaged
    equal opportunity
    J. Rawls
  22. said: citizens to determine laws
    Jean Rousseau
  23. Living without being harmed
    Make own choices
    own property
    Natural rights
  24. Every view is valid
    rely on persuasion rather than facts
    Ethical relativism
  25. Moral standards are in nature
    against the norm is sinful and evil
    univiverse is nuetral
    natural law theory
  26. knowledge without experience
    Rationalism
  27. People determine meaning of life
    existensialism
  28. combining logic with belief in God
    Scholasticism
  29. Natural Law theorist
    St. Thomas Acquinas
  30. What can i know?
    What should i do?
    What to hope for?
    perception not real
    behavior moral for all
    understanding creates reality

    Who is this?
    What does he study
    • Kant
    • Transendental Idealism.

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