Week 4: Individual Work 1

Jun 20th, 2014
Price: $10 USD

Question description

We use moral reasoning to help us make decisions throughout life.  As we experience different situations, we reflect and refine our moral values.  By thinking critically about central moral questions, we can more clearly define our values - constructing a well-reasoned moral code that guides us.

1.  Consider the moral dilemmas presented in Thinking Activity 9.3 on pages 381-382 of your textbook.

·  Choose 2 of the dilemmas and describe the decision that you would make in this situation and explain why.

·  Review your answers and consider if you used the same values or if you used different values.  How did your values relate to one another?

·  Identify the moral value(s) or principle(s) on which you based your decision.

·  Based on your analysis of the moral values that you used, describe your general conclusions about your own moral compass.

Re-type and then respond to these questions.  Your response should consist of 1-2 pages. 



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