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Principle Number One: The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions. Izzy Kalman http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/psychological-solution-bullying/201008/principle-number-one-the-road-hell-is-paved-good-intenti. Examples of Good Intentions with Bad Effects:.

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Principle number one the road to hell is paved with good intentions

Principle Number One: The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions

IzzyKalman

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/psychological-solution-bullying/201008/principle-number-one-the-road-hell-is-paved-good-intenti







Examples of good intentions with bad effects5

Examples of Good Intentions with Bad Effects:

How many examples do you need to prove a point?


“Good intentions do not automatically lead to moral actions. We must consider the possible negative consequences before we institute anti-bullying interventions. If our interventions cause more harm than good, the interventions are not moral regardless of the loftiness of our intentions.”


James rachels killing and letting die

James actions. We must consider the possible negative consequences before we institute anti-bullying interventions. If our interventions cause more harm than good, the interventions are not moral regardless of the loftiness of our intentions.”Rachels, “Killing and Letting Die”


James actions. We must consider the possible negative consequences before we institute anti-bullying interventions. If our interventions cause more harm than good, the interventions are not moral regardless of the loftiness of our intentions.”Rachels, “Killing and Letting Die”Smith: Intends to kill cousin for $, plans to do so, prepares to do so, travels to the location, and holds cousin underwater to kill himJones: Intends to kill cousin for $, plans to do so, prepares to do so, travels to the location, but finds cousin drowning and lets him die


James actions. We must consider the possible negative consequences before we institute anti-bullying interventions. If our interventions cause more harm than good, the interventions are not moral regardless of the loftiness of our intentions.”Rachels, “Killing and Letting Die”Rachels: Jones is no better than Smith; they are morally equivalent; their actions have the same effect (namely, the death of the cousin)


“Good intentions do not automatically lead to moral actions. We must consider the possible negative consequences before we institute anti-bullying interventions. If our interventions cause more harm than good, the interventions are not moral regardless of the loftiness of our intentions.”


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