Kant held that a moral law must have
Which theories of ethics contend that right and wrong are determined by more than the likely consequences of an action?
According to V. R. Ruggiero, how many concerns are common to most ethical systems?
Kant held that humanity should always be treated as
Adam Smith argued that if business is left to pursue its own self-interest
The view that the utilitarian standard should be applied to moral codes as a whole is
Psychological hedonists hold that humans are by nature
Nonconsequentialist theories are also called
For Kant, the subjective principle of an action is known as a
The view that we should always act so as to produce the greatest possible balance of good over bad for everyone affected by our actions is known as
The “hedonic calculus” was developed by
The view that it is morally acceptable for individuals to pursue their own self-interests while engaged in business is called
The ethical perspective of W.D. Ross is
The unnecessary buying and selling of stocks to generate commissions is known as
The view that equates morality with self-interest is