It might be best to set forth some of the core issues concerning legal punishment before discussing the most important elements of Michael Louis Corrado’s… 3,343 more words
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Here are my answers (and further questions) to a list of ethical dilemmas I found on the internet:
Not to give too much away in advance, but you might notice that a lot of the time I am questioning premises that are inside the question as well as (or in some cases, instead of) answering the question. 1,610 more words
This is part of the series on normative ethics on the three major schools of moral systems.
Consequentialism is a school of normative ethics that asserts that consequences are the only important thing when it comes to being moral. 148 more words