Now that you have had an opportunity to explore ethics formally, create a reflective assessment of your
learning experience and the collaborations you engaged in throughout this session.
Write a reflection to address Jane Doe’s scenario discussed below and respond to the following:
• Create a personal ethical philosophy and explain from which philosophy or philosophies it was derived
from (it must include at least one of the following: (virtue ethics, Kantian ethics, utilitarianism, virtue
ethics, or social contract ethics) State why you created it and why the contents are important and
meaningful for you. List its precepts. What two ethical theories best apply to it? Why those two?
• Apply to Jane Doe’s case your personal moral philosophy. Use it to determine if what Jane Doe did was
ethical or unethical per your own moral philosophy.
• Consider if some of these examples are more grave instances of ethical transgressions than others.
• Propose a course of social action and a solution by using the ethics of egoism, utilitarianism, the “veil of
ignorance” method, deontological principles, and/or a theory of justice to deal with students like Jane.
Consider social values such as those concerning ways of life while appraising the interests of diverse
populations (for instance, those of differing religions and economic status).
In this session, you have been considering moral-ethical dilemmas you yourself faced or that you know of
that you either resolved or failed to resolve, but hopefully learned from. You may never have given much
thought to ethical theory nor what ethical premises/paradigms you have unconsciously held.
Being able to study ethics in a formal manner I am now aware of the importance of being moral. I’ve had the opportunity to study various scenarios and situations to try to understand ethics. I believe that every person deserves the possibility of living their lives to the fullest, and should not be judged on their choices, since everyone makes mistakes. Thus I ought to be able do whatever I like to do with my life so long that it is a pleasure for me and does no harm to anyone else. The concept is derived from the concept of virtue ethics. It is an ethical concept that is based on the part that a person’s character plays in that determine an action’s morality (Slote 2020). The theory provides a description of the difference between right and wrong, based on what a good person will do. It clarifies that an action is considered right when it is established that a moral person would take it.
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