This quiz is intended to reveal what agent you use the most when it comes to making the ethical, or correct, choice. For example, you may value rationality above other things and thus make the majority of your decisions based on teh rationality of each consequence, as opposed to making decisions based on what is just.
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Figuring out which option will help you out most in the long run
Figuring out which option follows suit with your beliefs
Figuring out which option you really want to choose the most
Figuring out which option looks the best to those around you
Figuring out which option is the most fair to all
Figuring out which option will most please the people around you
Figuring out which option makes the most sense
Figuring out which option you would be the easiest
He did not make that money, he should not get the credit for having said money.
Simple, it's not his wallet, and now the poor owner is out of $50 while the thief is $50 richer.
Stealing is an unnecessary, malicious act that only hurts the victims of it.
He should not have what is not his.
He should have made the money himself.
His effort spent stealing $50 did not help him at all in the long run, he could've spent that effort making the money himself.
His moral compass must be seriously compromised if he is willing to steal.
He will never own up to taking it from the owner or reveal his identity.
Do your proposed part of the project and tell your teacher if he does not do his half of the work.
Try your hardest to work with the person and keep a positive attitude. If he refuses to do his half of the work, so be it. It's not worth the conflict.
Reason with him, and explain to him that it's not fair for you to do all of the work, hoping he will do his half.
Do the entire project. You know you won't get any help from him, so you just take matters into your own hands.
Give him no choice. Take charge and delegate tasks between the both of you. Persist and badger him until his half is done.
Vow to finish the project even if he doesn't do his half. You have to keep up your GPA, and it's not your fault that he's unmotivated.
Tell him that he needs to do his half, and that you know his reputation.
Do the entire project by yourself to prove that you didn't need help from someone like him anyway.
Please those around me
Always do what is logical and makes sense
Make it on my own
Stay on track to accomplishing my goals
Stand up for what I believe in
Say what is on my mind
Be confident in what I do and who I am
Act unselfishly and make sure those around me always have what they deserve
The stupid things people around me say and do
People who rely on others way too much to do their work for them
The fact that nothing ever seems to get accomplished
That people do wrong, corrupt, ugly things
That people lie and cheat their way to a grade
The lack of confidence in those around me
That people are always able to get a grade that they do not deserve, while others are screwed over in the process
That the kids are cruel
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