Ethics Theories Chart
University of Phoenix Material
Facilitator: Wanda Moore
|Ethical Theory |Comparison of Ethical Theories | | | | | | | |Utilitarianism Ethics |Deontological Ethics |Virtue Ethics | | | |Definition | | |Virtue-based ethical theories place less | | |Utilitarianism is a form of |Deontological Ethics say that all act are |emphasis on which rules people should | | |consequentialism, which advocates that|good or bad to begin with regardless what |follow and instead focus on helping people| | |those actions are right which bring |the outcome may bring. Deontological is an |develop good character traits, such as | | |about the best overall. Example |approach to ethics that judges the morality |kindness and generosity. | | |whether or not it bring people the |of an action based on the action's adherence| | | |most happiness. |to a rule or rules. | | |Ethical thinker |Jeremy Bentham, John Stuart Mill |Immanuel Kant |Plato and Aristotle | |associated with | |...
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