A key idea of Immanuel Kant's ethical theory is that:
Imagine a shopkeeper who is honest because being honest is good for business. When the shopkeeper refrains from cheating a customer, Kant would say this action
The statement that best defines rights is
A practical basis for discussing moral issues involves taking account of
Egoism as a psychological theory
According to Kant
For those who are trying to make moral decisions,
According to the utilitarian theory, an action is morally right if and only if
Utilitarianism is appealing as a standard for moral decision making in business. Which of the following provides a reason for this?
Nonconsequentialists like Ross believe that
Which of the following represents a utilitarian belief?
"If you want to go to law school, then you must take the LSAT exam." This statement is an example of
Utilitarians believe that
If you adopt ethical egoism as your moral code, then