Ethics - 324 Words
The elements of situation ethics were described by Joseph Fletcher, its leading modern proponent, like this:
Moral judgments are decisions, not conclusions
Decisions ought to be made situationally, not prescriptively
We should seek the well-being of people, rather than love principles.
Only one thing is intrinsically good, namely, love: nothing else
Love, in this context, means desiring and acting to promote the wellbeing of people
Nothing is inherently good or evil, except love...
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