Ethics Discussion Case Study

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Is it ethically justifiable for a married person to become celibate for religious reasons without consulting his or her spouse? Is it justifiable to do so if he or she consults the spouse and the spouse refuses to consent?


Analyze the case according to the concepts of the Divine Command Theory. For example, does the morality of the situation depend on something a supreme being says? Or is the right thing to do independent of whatever a deity says? Around 200 words.


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