The philosopher Ayn Rand believed that an individual’s life is of the utmost importance, as is her well-being. She knew that altruistic ethics require individuals to sacrifice their own wellbeing and lives for the sake of others. With ethical egoism, and will value their own wellbeing above all others. So, she was for ethical egoism. Ayn Rand also had an argument against ethical egoism believing it is a mistake to treat the interest of some individuals as being less important than the interest of others.
However, she is also careful to consider the place of men in society and what their role should be. Specifically, Wollstonecraft argues that women are not inferior to men, but that society has created this dynamic, making women behave as if stuck in their utter submission to men. As Wollstonecraft argues against the inferiority of woman, she is not ignorant and overly prideful.
This study is anchored on Kohlberg’s Moral Development Theory. This theory proposed that moral reasoning of human beings is associated with the stages of development in solving moral issues that an individual encounters (Bjorklund & Blasi, 2010). Kohlberg’s moral development sees moral reasoning as progressing through three levels to support his claims. First, pre-conventional moral reasoning, it is characterized by apparent and physical events. The presentation of moral issues at this stage is concentrated with the rewards and punishments after the occurrence of their action.
Goals of behavioral therapy are to help your child strengthen their good behavior, limit disruptive behavior, and to teach a child how to express feelings in basic ways. B. Behavioral Therapy starts in three basic steps. 1. The parent or caregiver sets a clear goal with the child. They must be specific and reasonable.
The reporting is the vengeance—not the beheading, not the gutting, but the words. And I have so many words—"chink" words and "gook" words too—that they do not fit on my skin.” This also relates to the theme of society as Fa Mu Lan has to pretend to be a man in order to lead them into battle. She had to go to extreme lengths and continue to change her whole identity in order to fight for her country. This shows that the society had very strict rules on gender roles that weren’t to be crossed. Heather Lindskold, owner of ‘between the covers blog’, stated that “When Kingston tells us the story of the legendary woman warrior, Fa Mu Lan (Hua Mulan), she does so in the first person, as though Kingston is the woman warrior in the story.
In the article “Nicomachean Ethics” Aristotle talks about how virtue is needed for a person to have happiness in their life. A virtuous person is a person that is living with high morally standards and that is living by the great of goodness. Aristotle talks about two different types of virtue. One being Virtue of thoughts and the other being virtue of characters. Virtue of thought is believed to be a good characteristic.
Man himself cannot create values because they are the essence. In order to achieve all these values man must use his capacities to the fullest and in this way he can achieve the highest form of spirituality and will also be able to explore his self. J.S Rose stated “Goodness, truth and beauty are seen to be absolute each existing in its own right and entirely desirable in itself”. Idealism lays a lot of emphasis on the importance on education. Idealists believed that each and every individual should be given equal opportunities and should be provided proper environment to recognize their potentials to develop their personalities
According to Pekarsky (1998), the importance of the role of culture in moral development refers to a state in which an individual requires values, attitudes, norms and skills. It is seen as character that strengthens them to be morally mature. Thus, as cited in Pekarsky (1998), culture is important when referring to moral experiences and moral development. Participant A is from a specific cultural background as she said she was from a to Tswana family, just as her religion plays a role in her moral development and reasoning, her cultural values and rules will also play a
Throughout the examples of sexism toward men, he is trying to prove for the readers his point , in which I agree with, which is the gender discrimination against men is as much important as it is not obvious. People’s apathy and lack of interest about men sexism stimulate Berlatsky to describe men’s injustice situations. Noah Berlatsky edits this article from a book and this reflects his personality as an educated person and likes to look at the issues from another perspective. What I realized that Berlatsky is being biased against women accomplishment in the prevalence of women discrimination controversy. Thus, he fires up men feelings in order to demand for a fair treatment when he says “If men can learn from them, it will be everyone’s benefit.” However, Berlatsky brings about change when he discusses men sexism issue which is an incurious discourse in our daily basis.