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3 kinds of ethics
descriptive- rules that govern a culture; normative- moral rules and principles establishing universals, analytic
2 types of normative ethics
teleological-seeking to achieve goal; deontological- duty based, actions are good or bad in themselves
intrinsic (worthy of moral consideration) and instrumental (capacity to bring happiness to self and others) value
Hauerwas and Burrell
moral understanding comes from narratives, we think narratively, virtue is shaped by communities, play by rules of narrative,
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