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ethics test

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ethics
guidelines that help us know right from wrong
value
a principal, standard, or quality that you consider worthwhile or desirable
virtue
a character trait in which you already posses and live out
ethical dilemma
a choice between two options that are mutually exclusive or equally unfavorable
golden mean
the idea of a mid way point of a virtue to be balance.
Truth vs. Loyalty
relationship
Individual vs. Community
balancing needs
Short term vs. Long term
resources, time, energy
Justice vs. Mercy
consequences
Ends-Based thinking (utilitarian principle)
produces the greatest good for the greatest number
Rule-Based Thinking
setting a standard principal that is followed universally
Care-Based Thinking (golden rule)
do to others what you would like them to do to you
polytheistic
belief in many gods
monotheistic
belief in one god
hinduism
follow the dharma; in the right place, in the right space
buddhism
following the 8 fold path; if you follow this path, they you will begin to know your true self
judaism
follow the ten commandments
christianity
sermon on the mount; love thy neighbor as thyself
islam
five pillars; follow the five pillars throughout life
moral temptation
a decision of something right vs. something wrong
questions to ask yourself
does it violate the law? does what your thinking of doing depart from the truth? do you stay within the boundaries of your communities?
rationalizing
tricking yourself into thinking something is ok
gut check
does it feel right?
front page
would you do it if anyone/everyone knew?
mom test
would your family or community approve?
where are ethical standards rooted?
religion