The Book of Threes

Ethics

 

By using the conceptual tools of metaethics and normative ethics, discussions in applied ethics try to resolve these controversial issues. The lines of distinction between metaethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics are often blurry. For example, the issue of abortion is an applied ethical topic since it involves a specific type of controversial behavior. But it also depends on more general normative principles, such as the right of self-rule and the right to life, which are litmus tests for determining the morality of that procedure. The issue also rests on metaethical issues such as, “where do rights come from?” and “what kind of beings have rights?”

Ethics Meetup Groups

What’s Right? What’s Wrong? Why? Meetup to discuss your values and their implications.

http://ethics.meetup.com/

Definition:

Main Entry: ethics/ethic
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: moral philosophy, values
Synonyms: belief, conduct, conscience, convention, conventionalities, criteria, decency, ethos, goodness, honesty, honor, ideal, imperative, integrity, moral code, morality, mores, natural law, nature, practice, principles, right and wrong, rules of conduct, standard, standards, the Golden Rule 
Antonyms: corruption, immorality 

 

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