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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

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Moral Standards vs. Non-Moral Standards

Moral Standards vs. Non-Moral Standards
Copyright 2013 by Jensen DG. Mañebog
 
Morality may refer to the standards that a person or a group has about what is right and wrong, or good and evil. Accordingly, moral standards are those concerned with or relating to human behavior, especially the distinction between good and bad (or right and wrong) behavior.
 

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"A TIME WASTED IS A LIFE WASTED"

“A Time Wasted is a Life Wasted”

By Ricson M. Ricardo

 

Do you know Aristotle, Galileo, Newton, Jobs, Gates etc.?
They are men in the past and today who are changing and changed the history of the world.

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Various Belief Systems: An e-Learning Quiz Game and Reviewer

Various Belief Systems: An e-Learning Quiz Game and Reviewer

 

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Basic Ethics: A Fun Quiz Game and Reviewer

Basic Ethics: A Fun Quiz Game and Reviewer

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General Information: Philosophers-Ethics: An e-Learning Fun Quiz Game and Reviewer

Philosophers-Ethics: An e-Learning Fun Quiz Game and Reviewer

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ETHICS PRELIM EXAM: A Fun Quiz Game

ETHICS PRELIM EXAM: A Fun Quiz Game

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Coverage: From Ethics: A Primer to Moral Realism

 

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Ethics General Subject Areas: A Fun Quiz Game

Ethics General Subject Areas: A Fun Quiz Game

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NOTE: If you are using the book ETHICS: Principles of Ethical Behavior in Modern Society by Jens Micah De Guzman, et al, the answers to this quiz can be found on pages 84 to 89. Goodluck!

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Ethics A Primer: A Fun Quiz Game

Ethics A Primer: A Fun Quiz Game

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The Rules in Categorical Syllogism

The Rules in Categorical Syllogism

A SYLLOGISM is typically a three-proposition deductive argument—that is, a mediate inference that consists of two premises and a conclusion. In a categorical syllogism, all the propositions used are categorical statements, hence the label ‘categorical.’

The three categorical propositions contain a total of three different terms, each of which appears twice in distinct propositions. The following is an example of a categorical syllogism:

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