Humanities
PHI 208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning

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Present your own definition of ethics and explain what you think this course will examine.

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At its easiest, ethics  is an arrangement of good standards. They influence how individuals settle on choices and lead their lives. Ethics are concerned with what is useful for people and society and are likewise portrayed as good theory. The term is determined from the Greek word ethos which can mean custom, propensity, character or attitude.

Ethics blankets the accompanying predicaments:

·  How to carry on with a decent life

·  Our rights and obligations

·  The dialect of good and bad

·  Moral choices - what is great and awful?

Our ideas of morals have been determined from religions, rationalities and societies. They implant civil arguments on subjects like fetus removal, human rights.


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