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Define: Ethical Theory
It serves as a foundation for ethical solutions
to difficult situations individuals encounter in their life.
Ethical theory deals with how one should behave in relation to someone else
Philosophers for centuries have come up with theoretical ways to tell right from wrong and providing ethical guidelines on how one should carry and act in their life.
A general term for any view that holds the
actions and polices to be evaluated on the basic of the benefits and cost it will impose on the society or individual
Dealing with inexperience teachers
Not knowing what type of teacher they are
What to expect from new teachers
Be able to deal with the consequences and actions for their selves
Will the company benefit from new teachers
Consequences are in place no matter
Provides guidance to those who need it
Provides moral decision or choices
Suffer from making something moral that is not
Utilizing your own moral values
Looking for good out of the situation
Defined as principles behind actions rather
than the action’s result.
Kant, believed that certain types of actions
(including murder, theft, and lying) were absolutely prohibited, even in cases where the action would bring about more happiness than the alternative.
Teachers making rude judgments toward students
Lack of skills
Moral imperative is an individual act of rightness Living in a moral world would be great to have this theory
Equality and justive
Qualify for future changes or predictable outcomes Living with the wrong