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Contemporary Moral Problems Chapte 1

Contemporary Moral Problems Chapte 1

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This book is Created by Ronald Joshua R. Adela in fulfillment of their not required by needed deliverable for their ITETHIC class. This is entitled Contemporary Moral Problems Chapter 1 Ethical Theories.
This book is Created by Ronald Joshua R. Adela in fulfillment of their not required by needed deliverable for their ITETHIC class. This is entitled Contemporary Moral Problems Chapter 1 Ethical Theories.

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Contemporary MoralProblems
Chapter 1 Ethical Theories
By Ronald Joshua R. Adela
This book is a compilation of chapter reviews about each ethical theory in the book. Included in thisbook are the answers to the review question and discussion questions given per theory.
 
Contemporary Moral ProblemsNoblesse Oblige: To whom much is given, much is required
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Table of Contents
Dedication 3Preference 4Chapter 1 Ethical Theories 5James Rachel: Egoism and Moral Sceptism 6John Arthur: Religion, Morality and Conscience 10Friedrich Nietzche: Master and Slave Morality 14Mary Midgley: Trying out One’s New Sword 17John Stauart Mill: Utilitarianism 20James Rachels: The Debate over Utilitarianism 24Immanuel Kant: The Categorical Imperative 28Aristitle: Happiness and Values 31Joel Feinberg: The Nature and Value of Rights 34Ronald Dworkin: Taking Rights Deriously 37John Rawls: A Theory of Justice 40Annette Baier; The Need for More than Justice 44
 
Contemporary Moral ProblemsNoblesse Oblige: To whom much is given, much is required
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Dedication
This book is dedicated to our God who is always here with me and with everyone else andfor his great gifts for as including our talents, our strengths, our knowledge and this life that wehave now. I would also like to dedicate this paper to my family and friends who are ever supportiveto whatever I have done and I am doing. In addition, I would also like to thank them for being everinvalidating to everything that I’ve done that are not that really good.This book is also dedicated to the BSIS (Bachelor of Science in Information System)students’ whom I’ve studied with in this third term school year 2009 in our school the ever greenand blazing to make their name in the history the DLS-CSB (De La Salle – Collage of Saint Benilde)taking the subject ITETHIC (Information Technology Ethics) with our professor Mr. Paul Pajo whois a the greatest terror with his requirements. Moreover about Mr. Pajo, I would also like to thank him for making us realize that this that we can do and more.I dedicate this book to may self for my hard work and dedication to do this book in order topass my ITETHIC class hopefully. I would also like to dedicate this book to everyone that wouldread it for indeed reading such topic would help them understand life as it is and how to handle it with the right choice and the right thought.Once again I would like to thank everyone that I’ve mentioned and to everyone that I didn’t for every man is a gift and a great start for any change there is. Moreover, I would like to apologizeto everyone that would read this book, for I am not really that good with words and books thus Idon’t think for any writer or a professional that they would really appreciate this but I’ve done allthat I can to finish this work and that my everyone that would read this book of main beenlightened as did I.To close this dedication I would just want everyone to feel free know what your are andwhat you are capable of for indeed you are Gods creation.

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