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Intro to Ethics Final Review

by: Nicole Campbell

Intro to Ethics Final Review PHIL 1100 - 01

Nicole Campbell
Introduction to Ethics

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This 0 page Study Guide was uploaded by Nicole Campbell on Monday February 8, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PHIL 1100 - 01 at University of Missouri - Columbia taught by Wu in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 61 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Ethics in PHIL-Philosophy at University of Missouri - Columbia.


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Date Created: 02/08/16
Nicole Campbell Chapter 7 Why be consistent note that most people recognize that we ought to be consistent CR SN SBEM Chapter 8 The liberal golden rule If you want X to do something to you then do this same thing to X This leads to absurdities in two cases Different situations 0 If you want Dr Davis to remove your appendix then remove her appendix Flawed desires o LR golden rule the way they treat me the way I treat them Different Situation GR involves imagining yourself in the other person s situation 0 Im a waiter who hates broccoli and thus don t want it served to me If I follow GR can I serve broccoli Our GR formulation has three key features A samesituation clause A present attitude toward a hypothetical situation A don t combine form Genslers GR Treat others only as you consent to being treated in the same situation Prescriptivisms GR says that this combination is inconsistent I believe that I ought to do something to another I don t desire that this be done to me in the same situation Formulating GR correctly requires A same situation clause A present attitude toward a hypothetical s lma Masochist I want to be hurt Does GR tell me to hurt others Can I hurt others without violating GR 0 Have her imagine herself in the place of her non masochist victim o Criticize lmas irrational desires 0 GR forbids an inconsistent actiondesire combination Satisfying GR consistency doesn t guarantee that her action is right The golden rule procedure KITA Know Imagine Test for consistency Act toward others only as you re willing to be treated in the same situation questions of Golden Rule Is the golden rule the summary of all morality ls gr the same as quottreat others as they great youquot not golden rule GRs Relatives Selfregard Futu rerega rd Universallaw Chapter 9 EX my roommate is murdered want to nd out who does this A knife with blood Tim Fingerprints Tim Body roomie DNA Tim Signs of entry Witness Tim was in ght WPP N All evidence shows that Tim murdered his roommate Consistently informed imaginative Moral education requires that we teach children moral rules and that we teach them how to form moral beliefs in a rational way Make informed decisions Be consistent in your beliefs and endmeans Live in harmony with your moral beliefs Make similar evaluations about similar cases Put yourself in the other person s place Treat others as you want to be treated


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