Basic Theories as Frameworks in Ethics: Fun Quiz Game

Basic Theories as Frameworks in Ethics: Fun Quiz Game

Framework refers to a basic structure underlying a system or concept. Contextually in Ethics, it refers to "a set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitutes a way of viewing reality." With this definition, a framework is pretty much like a worldview or a held theory.
 
Personally held frameworks and principles in Ethics dictate one’s moral disposition or the way a person resolves moral dilemmas. Hence, it is important to learn the basic moral theories which are espoused or held by many people. 
 
This automated fun quiz game is about Basic Theories as Frameworks in Ethics, such as the following:
1. Meta-Ethics
1.1. Cognitivism vs. Non-cognitivism
1.2. Universalism vs. Relativism
1.3. Empiricism vs. Rationalism vs. Intuitionism
2. Normative Ethics
2.1. Deontology
2.2. Teleology
2.3. Virtue ethics
3. Applied Ethics
3.1. Bioethics
3.2. Environmental Ethics
3.3. Business Ethics 
3.4. Sexual ethics 
3.5. Social ethics

ENJOY PLAYING WHILE LEARNING!

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Mga Paghahanda sa Harap ng Kalamidad

Mahalaga sa mga Pilipino na natutukoy ang mga paghahanda na nararapat gawin sa harap ng mga kalamidad. Isa ito sa mga pamantayan sa pagkatuto na dapat matugunan ng mga estudyanteng kumukuha ng araling Mga Kontemporaryong Isyu sa Pilipinas (Baitang 10).

Ang Pilipinas ay madalas makaranas ng bagyo at baha na nagdudulot ng landslide. At nagiging laganap na rin ang epidemya o paglaganap ng sakit.

Narito ang ilan sa mga mungkahing paghahanda sa harap ng kalamidad:

LANDSLIDE

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Contemporary Approaches in Teaching Social Science & Philosophy Subjects

Contemporary Approaches in Teaching Social Science & Philosophy
copyright 2016 by JENSEN DG. MAÑEBOG

SubjectsSocial Science vs. Philosophy

-Philosophy involves a more critical and analytical approach whereas social sciences deal with more of a scientific approach.

Methodology:
-Social sciences adopt a more scientific approach. Philosophy is not necessitated to use the scientific method.
-Philosophy uses the ‘descriptive approach’ (Philosophy of Religion), the ‘prescriptive methodology’ (Ethics), some ‘intuitive speculations’ (Philo of Man/Metaphysics) and the ‘critical/analytical approach’ (Logic).

Both are important:
The functions of Philosophy include:
(1) to better appreciate the meaning and purpose of the human experience – both broadly in the nature of the human condition, as well as within each unique individual (e.g. student), i.e., his self-identity and purpose,
(2) to reveal wisdom, i.e. to better explore and address the “big questions” and meet the challenges in the human condition.

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Climate Change: Causes, Effects, and Solutions

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On Global Warming and Climate Change
 
Climate change is “a change in the statistical properties of the climate system when considered over long periods of time, regardless of cause” (“Climate change,” n.d.). Using this definition, climate variations over periods shorter than a few decades, like El Niño, do not exemplify climate change.
 
The term is often used to particularly denote the climate change caused by human activity, as opposed to environmental changes caused by Earth’s natural processes. In this sense, the term climate change has become synonymous with anthropogenic (human-caused) global warming. To differentiate the two related concepts, global warming refers to surface temperature increases, whereas climate change comprises global warming and everything else affected by rising greenhouse gas levels.
 
Taken together, global warming and climate change refer to “measurable increases in the average temperature of Earth’s atmosphere, oceans, and landmasses” (Mastrandrea, 2009). The Earth is observed to be undergoing a period of rapid warming fundamentally caused by increasing levels of heat-trapping gases, called greenhouse gases, in the atmosphere.
 
The greenhouse gases and greenhouse effect
The sun provides the energy that lights and warms the earth. The sun’s short-wave radiation enters the atmosphere and is absorbed by the earth’s surface. In turn, the earth’s surface releases to space some of this heat as long-wave infrared radiation. However, a fraction of this long-wave infrared radiation remains trapped in earth’s atmosphere, soaked up by some atmospheric gases. “Absorbing and reflecting heat radiated by Earth, these gases act somewhat like the glass in a greenhouse, and are thus known as greenhouse gases” (Schneider, 2009).
The greenhouse effect refers to the process through which the greenhouse gases retain the radiant energy or heat provided to Earth by the Sun. All life on earth depends on this greenhouse effect, for without it, the earth would be too cold, about -18°C (0°F), and ice would cover the whole planet.

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