Discussion Post, Answer questions after watching video & reading 2 chapters. – Ethics

Answer the 3 questions after watching the TedTallk

https://www.ted.com/talks/alexander_wagner_what_re…

  1. Main theme of the video (in your own words)
    1. [1 paragraph]
  2. What you found most interesting
    1. GIVE SPECIFIC EXAMPLES
    2. [1 paragraph]
  3. Why would Dr. Walden assign this video for an Ethics class?
    1. [1 paragraph]

    Specific examples and points are needed.

Answer the 5 questions after reading Chapters 3 & 4

Questions:

1. If the majority view does not determine the rightness of an action, should each person decide on the basis of her or his own feelings, desires, preferences? [2 paragraphs]

2. How and Why are FEELINGS so important in a discussion on ethics and morality? Reference the textbook but also mention Aristotle’s idea on the intentions of virtues as well. [2 paragraphs]

3. Take any question from the “Inquiries” part of the textbook in Chapter 3. Copy and paste or embed a screenshot of the prompt here, and answer the question. [1 inquiry, 2 paragraphs for the answer]

4. Is the basis of morality each person’s own conscience? How trustworthy is a conscience? Does a conscience of a person change over their lifespan? Should we compare toddlers vs teenagers vs those in their 60s? Should we follow our Conscience or should we follow current Social Norms? [2 paragraphs answering the questions]

5. Take any question from the “Inquiries” part of the textbook in Chapter 4. Copy and paste or embed a screenshot of the prompt here, and answer the question. [1 inquiry, 2 paragraphs for the answer]

Discussion Post

I want the answer for this discussion post in one page or 2 I just need to say it for a video that can at least be 5 minutes long.

Choose one of the Ethical Schools of Thought or Ethical Philosophers from the lecture that most intrigued or represented your thinking (or one that you’d like to use from now on!) :

  • Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics
  • Cynics
  • Stoics
  • Saint Augustine
  • Saint Thomas Aquinas
  • John Stuart Mill

Briefly summarize how the philosophers views of happiness interacts intrinsically with ethical decision making.

Define how you are/aren’t ethical person living the good life using the philosophy you have chosen.

Pick a person, friend, or family member. Describe how they are/aren’t ethical person living the good life according to the philosophy you have chosen.

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