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Models for Ethical Decision Making
A description of utilitarianism and rights theory.
# 125403 | 500 words | 4 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Philosophy (Ethics) , Ethics (General)

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The paper describes utilitarianism and rights theory as models for ethical decision-making. The paper makes brief references to Kant and Bentham.

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"Three are a substantial number of decision-making models used to evaluate ethical choices and beliefs. Two of these systems will be described in this brief essay. Either is useful in helping to ensure that decisions are made that reflect ethical choices. The Utilitarian approach to decision-making asks one to identify the various courses of action that are available to determine who will be affected by each of these options and to determine what benefits or harms are likely to result from each..."

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