Topics: Ethics, Morality, Deontological ethics Pages: 1 (307 words) Published: March 9, 2009

Also knows as duty ehics.
Ethical theories that maintain that the moral rightness or wrongness of an action depends on its intrinsic qualities, and not on the nature of its consequences. •Deontological ethics holds that at least some acts are morally wrong in themselves (e.g., lying, breaking a promise, punishing the innocent, murder). •It often finds expression in slogans such as “Duty for duty's sake.” •Deontological theories are often formulated in such a way that the rightness of an action consists in its conformity to a moral rule or command, such as “Do not bear false witness.”

This ethical known as power ethics,
mightism claims that might is right.
This ethical has the power, to rule, to dominate, to control, and to infulences to other people, it is taken to darwin’s principle of nature “survival of the fittest.” •Only those who are brave enough to chart their destiny by fair or foul means are fit to survive. • For the individual person, any act that will enhace his strenth or power is good. •For example the Government official are using their power to rule the other people, those who have the money is also an exampleof mightism they are using it to buy people’s dignity/pride. •Spiritually the advantage of this mightism who has the storng spirit to pursue his dreams, goal who has the greater oppurtunity to live and to be more succes. •One more example of this the movie of SAW because in this movie in able for you to survie to jigsaw you should be strong. • In this ethic the weakness is bad.

The weak ones or the subordinats have no choice but to obey and/or follow. •For us to survive on this kind of ethics we need to be strong in order for us to survive.
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