Introduction to Ethics

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Philosophy

 

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Victor N

 

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November 30, 2011

 

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University

 

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Which are usually defined by society, as to what is acceptable and what is not. As time goes on, society evolves, so do the right and wrongs, our values and morals, and ethics. In philosophy, there were three ethical theories by Aristotle, Kant, and Bentham & Mill and they were the "Golden Mean", "Categorical Imperative", and "Greatest Good for the Greatest Number" respectively...
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In philosophy, there were three ethical theories by Aristotle, Kant, and Bentham & Mill and they were the "Golden Mean", "Categorical Imperative", and "Greatest Good for the Greatest Number" respectively. Aristotle believed the one goal everyone strived for was "happiness" for one's ownself. If you were a happy person, that would eventually lead to being a good person...
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