Instructor: Troy Braswell
June 7, 2012
Virtue: Virtue is a theory describing the character of a moral agent, as a driving force for ethical behavior rather than rules. Moral actions we can internalize, moral principles simply by doing the morally good deeds rather than be selfish in thought and actions. Through the action itself and come to understand it’s value. What is the proper limitation on virtue theory? To distinguish moral epistemology from moral psychology and moral anthropology, how must we determine what the moral actions or value is to the theory of knowledge. I think that Virtue theory offers allot to moral psychology and anthropology, it shows how our morals are learned and our principles are taught. Utilitarianism is one of the most powerful and persuasive approaches to normative ethics in our history, it has the good with the pleasure. For example Criticisms people do not know how to take positive criticism. Some people may argue that this theory is not one to rely on solely to make ethical decisions upon. The ethical theories that make the rightness and or wrongness of an agent, i:e going back to my original thought the good with the bad. Deontological theory: This theory is in contemporary moral philosophy, it is used as which choices can be made morally required or forbidden and permitted. In other words, deontological falls within domains of moral theories that guide and asses our choices of what to do.
My personal experience is not with the normality’s of everyday civilian life it is actually about military life and the everyday propaganda that goes with either being in the military and or military wife’s. My ex-husband and myself was stationed in Yuma AZ, prior to coming to AR, this is where the Marine Corps Air Station is, and this is one of the many bases we have been and I would have to say one of the worst bases we been. In this small town it is surrounded by three Mexican...