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Different ethical theories a. can never offer useful information. b. must always contradict each other. c.can agree that certain acts are morally justified. d.always agree that certain acts are
morally justified.
B, is the answer. Because Ethical theories and principles are the foundations of ethical analysis because they are the viewpoints from which guidance can be obtained along the pathway to a decision. [ Each theory emphasizes different points such as predicting the outcome and following one's duties to others in order to reach an ethically correct decision. However, in order for an ethical theory
to be useful, the theory must be directed towards a common set of goals. Ethical principles are the common goals that each theory tries to achieve in order to be successful. These goals include beneficence, least harm, respect for autonomy and justice ]
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User: Different ethical theories a. can never offer useful information. b. must always contradict each other. c.can agree that certain acts are morally justified. d.always agree that certain acts are morally justified.



Weegy: B, is the answer. Because Ethical theories and principles are the foundations of ethical analysis because they are the viewpoints from which guidance can be obtained along the pathway to a decision. [ Each theory emphasizes different points such as predicting the outcome and following one's duties to others in order to reach an ethically correct decision. However, in order for an ethical theory to be useful, the theory must be directed towards a common set of goals. Ethical principles are the common goals that each theory tries to achieve in order to be successful. These goals include beneficence, least harm, respect for autonomy and justice ]
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User: The philosopher most closely identified with virtue ethics is a.Immanuel Kant. b.Socrates. c.Spinoza. d.Aristotle.

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d.Aristotle is the philosopher most closely identified with virtue ethics.
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