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Ethics: Respond to each scenario with what you think the best course of action might be. What is the right thing to do? Are the two synonymous? . Scenarios . Your friend asks to copy your work. Your friend asks to look at your exam while you are taking them.

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Scenarios

Ethics: Respond to each scenario with what you think the best course of action might be. What is the right thing to do? Are the two synonymous?


Scenarios

Scenarios

  • Your friend asks to copy your work.

  • Your friend asks to look at your exam while you are taking them.

  • You look at the paper next to you and copy answers.

  • You use Google translate.

  • You cheat on one test because you stayed up late studying for another test (for a subject in which you have more interest).

  • You discuss test material with classmates from other periods in between classes.

  • You plagiarize an essay for English class because you don’t believe your teacher reads your essays anyway.

  • You say you turned something in when you know you didn’t because you know your teacher will believe you, because generally speaking, you’re not a bad kid. You just didn’t have time to do that assignment.

  • You found your siblings old exams and you use them to study.


Terminology

Terminology

  • Meta- ethics

  • Objectivism

  • Relativism

  • Reason vs emotion

  • Egoism

  • Consequentialism

  • Altruism

  • Utility Ethics

  • Kant’s Ethics

    From yesterday you should have defined:

  • Sacred canopy

  • Modern ethics

  • Traditional ethics

  • Ethical norm


Kant duty ethics

Kant + Duty Ethics

  • The outcome does not determine the worth of an action, but rather the motivations of the person committing the action.

  • Categorical Imperative

  • Always use reason

  • Always tell the truth

  • a) never treat anyone as a means to an end. All people must be treated as ends in and of themselves

    b) consider every action a standard for universal human behavior


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