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Different Considerations for Evaluating Actions

Different Considerations for Evaluating Actions

Author: Megan Welle

Identify different orientations and considerations based on different ways of evaluating an action

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Notes on "Different Considerations for Evaluating Actions"


(00:00 - 00:24) Introduction

(00:25 – 02:21) Theory Review

(02:22 – 04:12) Methods to Evaluate an Action

(04:13 – 06:21) Ethics in Action

(06:22 – 07:41) Summary

Terms to Know
Character Ethics

The position that the character trait being manifested in the action is the basis for ethical valuation


The position that consequences are the basis for ethical valuation


The position that something intrinsic to the action itself is the basis for ethical valuation