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explain how your personal ethics might help you determine a course of action in a situation
it helps me to resolve it in a good way without affect people around me
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In your Weegy expert opinion , Personal ethics propel action because they represent the inner morals and values. Ethics are also known as moral philosophy, this involves defending and recommending concepts of right and wrong behavior. There is a term called consequentialism which argues that the morality of an action is contingent on the actions outcome or result. I believe that ethical actions are those that provide good over evil. How I would use my personal ethics to determine a course of action is to analyze each situation before acting on impulse.
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