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  1. MA Creative Digital MediaEthical Practice (CDME4008) Some key concepts & theories Utilitarianisms (social purpose): act utilitarianism (Bentham); rule utilitarianism (Mills); “justice utilitarianism” (Rawls)

  2. MA Creative Digital MediaEthical Practice (CDME4008) Some key concepts & theories Categorical imperative (Kant) – act only on that maxim (principle) which you can, at the same time, wish to make a universal law; act in such a way as to treat people as ends and never as means; act as though a legislating members of a kingdom of ends.

  3. MA Creative Digital MediaEthical Practice (CDME4008) Key concepts & theories Transparency – Openness Honesty Respect Accountability Authenticity

  4. MA Creative Digital MediaEthical Practice (CDME4008) Key concepts & theories Justice – Fairness (Rawls’s “veil of ignorance”; Care for others (Benhabib); Equality

  5. MA Creative Digital MediaEthical Practice (CDME4008) Key concepts & theories Harm – Acts that undermine human dignity; Acts that “set back” someone’s interest (Feinberg); Wrongful acts that explicitly cause harm.

  6. MA Creative Digital MediaEthical Practice (CDME4008) Key concepts & theories Autonomy – Self-government; Capacity to control the reasons for our actions; Free will, positive freedom, free from constraints.

  7. MA Creative Digital MediaEthical Practice (CDME4008) Key concepts & theories Privacy – gives us the “ability to protect ourselves from being judged out of context” (Rosen, 2000); allows the development of the self and the pursuit of a virtuous life (Aristotle); allows us to maintain social relationships and serve multiple social roles (Nagel, 1998).

  8. MA Creative Digital MediaEthical Practice (CDME4008) Key concepts & theories Community – familial or social; cultural; political; moral (Waltzer, 2004); the moral self as embedded in a web of family and communal relationships (Steiner, 1989); “common good” (Dewey, 1927); the public sphere of “communicative action” (Habermas, 1989)