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Discussant: Ms. Jemica P. Macabingkil
Concepts
of
Ethics
Virtue and Action
Virtue ethics emphasizes
what we should be.
Action ethics emphasizes
what we should do.
Distributive
and
Procedural
Justice
Distributive justice
is mainly
interested in the
consequences
of our actions,
and how these
consequences are
distributed.
Procedural justice
is mainly interested
in the process of
deciding which
actions to take;
how decisions are
made.
Anthropocentrism
and Eco-centrism
Anthropocentrism is the view
that humans are what is
ultimately important.
Eco-centrism is the view that
ecosystems are wh...
Altruism
and
Selfishness
The more
selfish we are,
the less we
will try to help
others; the
more altruistic
we are, the
more we will
try to help
oth...
Consequentialism - The rightness
or wrongness of an action is
determined by its consequences.
Ethical egoism is
the prescriptive
doctrine that
all persons
ought to act
from their own
self-interest.
Utilitarianism- The right action is
that which produces the greatest
happiness for the greatest
number.
PLEASURE
PAIN
Deontology -The rightness or
wrongness of an action is
determined by an inherently
valid rule.
Kantianism - the act
itself is more
important than the
outcome of that act.
Thank you
for listening!
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Concepts of ethics

  1. 1. Discussant: Ms. Jemica P. Macabingkil Concepts of Ethics
  2. 2. Virtue and Action
  3. 3. Virtue ethics emphasizes what we should be.
  4. 4. Action ethics emphasizes what we should do.
  5. 5. Distributive and Procedural Justice
  6. 6. Distributive justice is mainly interested in the consequences of our actions, and how these consequences are distributed.
  7. 7. Procedural justice is mainly interested in the process of deciding which actions to take; how decisions are made.
  8. 8. Anthropocentrism and Eco-centrism
  9. 9. Anthropocentrism is the view that humans are what is ultimately important. Eco-centrism is the view that ecosystems are what is ultimately important.
  10. 10. Altruism and Selfishness
  11. 11. The more selfish we are, the less we will try to help others; the more altruistic we are, the more we will try to help others.
  12. 12. Consequentialism - The rightness or wrongness of an action is determined by its consequences.
  13. 13. Ethical egoism is the prescriptive doctrine that all persons ought to act from their own self-interest.
  14. 14. Utilitarianism- The right action is that which produces the greatest happiness for the greatest number.
  15. 15. PLEASURE PAIN
  16. 16. Deontology -The rightness or wrongness of an action is determined by an inherently valid rule.
  17. 17. Kantianism - the act itself is more important than the outcome of that act.
  18. 18. Thank you for listening!

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