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Papers on Ethics and Ethical Theories
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Academic Dishonesty and MacIntyre's View of Virtue :
A 5 page essay on Alasdair MacIntyre's "After Virtue" and the
application of his philosophy to academic dishonesty & ethics.
The writer explains his views on emotivism, virtue, and the state
of modern moral discourse. Bibliography lists one source.

Personal Ethics and the Good Life : A 5 page paper that
considers what elements are necessary for determining the
"good life" and happiness. By providing numerous examples,
the writer supports the belief that morality and personal ethics
are necessary elements in achieving internal happiness.
Bibliography lists 1 source. Goodlife.wps

Adultery / A Kantian Perspective : A 7 page paper positing
that desire is a mental construct, that curtailing desire is natural
to human nature and is formulated by reasoning, that reasoning
leads to both individual and community ethics based on moral
principles established for the good of the community, and that
obligation and duty of individuals within the community
establish an ethical foundation for living within the community,
therefore we can assume that Kant would support the theory
that adultery is disallowed, and therefore unethical.
Bibliography lists 4 supporting sources. Kantadu.wps

Ethical Theory / Kantian Perspective -- Abortion Is Not
Always Wrong :
A 5 age paper arguing that abortion is not
always wrong from the perspective of Immanuel Kant.
Bibliography lists 3 sources. Aborkant.wps

Immanuel Kant’s Concept of Good Will Analyzed :
A 5 page paper which examines German philosopher Immanuel
Kant’s good will principle as articulated in his 1785 work, The
Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals (also
known as The Grounding For the Metaphysics of Morals.
Specifically analyzed is why good will is considered to be
good, according to Kant, and how it is expressed. Bibliography
lists 2 sources. GdWillAn.wps

Moral Traditions : Man is able to take into consideration the
motivations as well as the consequences of their decisions and
behaviors. Man has the ability to reason, as opposed to acting
from natural instincts or compulsion. Thus, the biological
imperatives are supplanted by the ethical considerations of
moral judgment. Kant, in The Foundation Of The Metaphysics
Of Morals explains that the only moral motive is to act from
respect for the moral law. The value of mankind is determined
by this ability to define ethical behavior and adhere to moral
traditions. It is the essence of human behavior to define right
from wrong in the quest for community and transcendence.
This 5 page paper examines briefly the ideas of Kant, John
Stuart Mill, Aristotle and Williams concerning the basis for
moral tradition. Bibliography lists 4 sources. KTmorals.wps

Kant and The Ethics of Choice : A 5 page paper that
investigate the significants of intention or consequences on the
moral and ethical decisions of individuals. This paper supports
Kant's theory that though man may incorporate personal and
sometimes selfish considerations into the process of ethical
determinations, this does not negate the moral applications of
these choices. At the same time, Kant's theories call in to
question whether the effects of moral choices, whether good or
not, are considered good simply becasue of the intention of the
individual making the determination. Bibliography lists 2
sources. Kanteth.wps

Kant’s Moral Law And Mill’s Utilitarianism : A 5 page
paper discussing beginning differences in Kant’s and Aristotle’s
views of the individual’s rights and whether those of the
individual are higher than those of the state in which he lives.
Kant maintains that the rights of the state overrides those of the
individual; Aristotle’s view is that the highest rights are those of
the individual. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Kantari.wps

The Philosophies of Kant and Mill : Throughout time man
has attempted to understand the motivations of moral conduct.
The associations between the individual and the establishment of
society have been the subject of numerous debates and
discourses that included the primary consideration of moral or
ethical beliefs in the instigation of laws and, or the ethical
meaning of community. Immanuel Kant has presented one
viewpoint in The Foundations Of The Metaphysics of Morals
that is founded on his belief that the worth of man is inherent in
his ability to reason. This 5 page paper asserts that John Stuart
Mill holds another opinion as presented in the book,
Utilitarianism that is seemingly at odds with the thoughts of
Kant. No additional sources are listed. KTmilknt.wps

The Practical Application of the Theories of Kant and Mill :
Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill are philosophers who
addressed the issues of morality in terms of how moral
traditions are formed. Kant's theory of categorical imperative
states that humanity is of ultimate value and should be regarded
as an end in itself. Mill's 'principle of utility' or 'the greatest
happiness principle' sought for the systematic coherency of
ethical philosophy through the consequences of actions as the
consideration determining their morality, presupposed by the
acquisition of happiness as opposed to the avoidance of pain.
This 6 page paper examines the practical application of the two
theories. Bibliography lists 2 sources. KTpramak.wps


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