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Ethics (definition)

Ethics is an academic discipline that structurally analyses and evaluates mortality

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Mortality (definition)

Someone's perception in what is right or wrong

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Norm (definition)

rule that contributes to the realization of a value

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Value (definition)

the ultimate goal we seek to realize by acting in compliance with a norm

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Virtues (definition)

A certain characteristic that is required ot successfully comply with a norm

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Interest (definition)

Combination of tangible and intangible things we use to comply with a norm

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Moral stakeholders (definition)

Actors whose norms and values can be affected by you or who can affect your norms and values in an ethical dilemma

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Responsibility (definition)

The way people take conflicting norms and values into consideration

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Factors that affect the ability to take responsibility (3)

- Freedom
- Knowledge
- Conscience

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Situational factors that influence responsibility (4)

- Influence
- Causality
- Impact
- Relationship

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Ethics for people (definition)

Theoretical approache which define moral values and norms irrepsecitve of people who apply such values and norms

Advise us what is morally justified regardless of who uses it -> can be applied by anyone in any given situation

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Ethics for people (2)

- Deontology (moral duties, moral rights, principle of equivalence)

- Consequentionalism (egoism, utalitarianism)

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Ethics from people (definition)

Morality depends on those who formulate and use values and norms

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Ethics from people (4)

- Virtue ethics
- Postmodern ethics
- Relation ethics
- Discourse ethics