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This is were I see a flaw in his theory. If I was at the store and the very attractive clerk gave me change for a twenty instead of a ten, and first I realized it was my moral obligation to give her money back, (decision made) and my second thought was that my honesty may help me carry on a meaningful conversation with her which may lead to more, therefore my "duty" by giving her money back was immoral because I took in consideration my own well-being; even though if she was 70 and fat I would have still given her change back just as quickly as I did with the attractive clerk...
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The basic differences between deontological moral theories and consequentialist moral theories are right in the names. The consequentialist moral theory states that the worth of a moral act is based on the consequence of that act. Deontology broken from its greek roots means ethical theory by obligation...
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Come and Go Back   Buy back   Money Change Case Study   Look Back in Anger as an extraordinary play / John Osborne as a dramatist / Social issues in Look Back in Anger / Look Back in Anger as a mouthpiece of John Osborne   Looking Back   Michele says, ?I wished I could turn back the clock.'(p.136) What things would he change if he had this opportunity?   Osborne’s use of Language is ‘Look Back in Anger’ / Language as a protagonist in ‘Look Back in Anger’   Back In Nam   Back In My Day   In Many Cases Compulsory Purchase Schemes Are Wholly Or Partly Funded By The Private Sector. As Individuals’ Fundamental Human Rights Are Being Interfered With Consider Whether The Use Of “Back To Back” Arrangements For Compulsory Purchase ...   To Still Run Back   Until All The Men Are Back   Why I Came Back   How To Win an Ex- Back?   They Don'T Come Back The Same  
 
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This is were I see a flaw in his theory. If I was at the store and the very attractive clerk gave me change for a twenty instead of a ten, and first I realized it was my moral obligation to give her money back, (decision made) and my second thought was that my honesty may help me carry on a meaningful conversation with her which may lead to more, therefore my "duty" by giving her money back was immoral because I took in consideration my own well-being; even though if she was 70 and fat I would have still given her change back just as quickly as I did with the attractive clerk...
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