Ethics

Key Terms and Theories: Know the definitions of each of the terms and theories below. For each of the metaethical theories, you should know how theory defines moral terms like “right” and “wrong” and how the theory says you would discover moral truth. For each of the normative ethical theories, you should know what theory identifies as “the good” and should be familiar with the decision process associated with the theory.
METAETHICAL THEORY

A) Rachels’ Minimum Conception of Ethics
B) Cultural Relativism

C) Simple Subjectivism/Individual Relativism
D) Emotivism

E) Divine Command Theory
Author Interpretation
Reliable Reporter Interpretation (Note: not a metaethical theory)
F) Theory of Natural Law
G) Theories of “justice” from Plato’s Republic
NORMATIVE ETHICAL THEORY
A) Consequentialism
Ethical Egoism
Utilitarianism
B) Kantianism
First Formulation of the Categorical Imperative
Second Formulation of the Categorical Imperative
C) Virtue Theory
Philosophy of Language Key Terms: Know the three-part definition of the following concepts that Harry Frankfurt discussed in “On Bullshit”:
A)TruthTelling B)Lying C)Bullshit

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