[tags: Decision making, Risk, Cognition, Parent] - According to Kant deontological ethical theory focuses on duty.It is viewed that humans have a duty in doing what is ethically right in any given situation.
A company or organization should do everything its power to make employees happy.
As long as it is attainable and the company can afford to do such things.
Like other forms of consequentialism, its core idea is that whether actions are morally right or wrong depends on their effects.
More specially, the only effects of actions that are relevant are the good and bad results that they produce.
Utilitarian Position • Act-Utilitarianism is a utilitarian theory of ethics which states that a person’s act is morally right if and only if it produces at last as much happiness as any other act that the person could perform at that time....
Essay On Deontological Ethics
[tags: Morality, Utilitarianism, Ethics, Immanuel Kant] - Given the choice between being judged under the teleological and deontological ethical systems most would choose the more lenient system.
- Defending Deontological/Kant Growing up we are put in situations where we learn what is the moral thing to do and non moral just by our upbringing like religion, culture, and or race.
This is called Ethics which is one of the major branch of philosophy that systematize, defend, and recommend concepts of right and wrong conduct.
Utilitarianism system focuses on the consequences of the action and how it positively affects everyone, opposed to negatively affecting one person....
[tags: Ethics] - We live in an imperfect world where things can inevitably go wrong although our actions meant well.