In the simplest terms, ethics is basically the philosophical branch, which sets apart right and wrong. Ethics in America is a quiz testing on the code of ethics set by the American Constitution. Enjoy while at it.
Making slanderous and false accusations
Threatening the goverment
Corrupting the youth
Virtue and Happiness
Being and The Good
Unity and Oneness
Virtue and The Soul
Everybody always chooses to do the virtuous thing
You can't be virtuous if you have self-interest.
People sometimes choose to do non-virtuous things.
Some people do things without any self-interest
Moral Skepticism and Relativism
Self-Interest and Dominant Plitics
Punitive Justice and Force
Modernism and Relative Skepticism
Calculating how virtuous we are.
Determining how much is right for us.
Determining who is nice and who is mean.
Calculating a mathematical average.
Jacob was the first-born son of Abraham.
Abraham was Jacob's ancestor.
Jacob and Abraham were brothers.
Jacob was Abraham's father.
Abraham's promise to Jacob.
God's promise to Jacob.
Jacob's promise to Abraham.
God's promise to Abraham.
Something that seems false because it is contradictory.
Something that seems to be contradictory but may be true.
Something that is contradictory but seems to be true.
Something that is true but seems to be contradictory.
Hobbes, Rousseau, Locke.
Locke, Rousseau, Hobbes.
Locke, Jefferson, Hobbes.
Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau.
The way we naturally are.
Perfect duties and imperfect duties.
Perfect duties to oneself and imperfect duties to oneself.
Duties to oneself and duties to others.
Perfect duties to others and imperfect duties to others.
Justice as fairness.
Inclinations to self-preservation, reproduction and reason.
Inclinations to Divine law, natural law and self-preservation.
Inclinations to self-reservation, reproduction and care of offspring.
Inclinations to sovereign rule, legislative rule, and rule by the people.
Dr. Martin Luther King
Henry David Thoreau
Totalitarianism was the best kind of goverment
People could have individual groups and still be loyal to their country.
People were hurting themselves by making independent associations.
Loyalty to one's country was shameful.
He wanted to help the poor and disadvantaged.
Everyone would choose these principles if they were ignorant of individual status.
These principles naturally follow from the definition of justice.
He believed these principles would establish fairness.
The Categorical Imperative was false.
The Categorical Imperative was the same as Utilitarianism
The Categorical Imperative was true.
The Categorical Imperative was only Deontological
Epicurus, Bentham and Mill
Epicurus, Plato and Aristotle
Plato, Aristotle and Aquinas
Plato, Aristotle and Kant
Actions were right according to their own nature.
Actions were right when they promoted happiness
Actions were right when the person performing them was virtous
Actions were right when they served the common good.
Prudence came from developing ones virtue.
Prudence was the highest virtue possible.
Prudence was one of the many virtues
Virtues were all forms of prudence.
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