Conscience is our moral compass that makes us do what is good simply because it is what we believe is right for us to do. Conscience is the voice inside us all that drives us to do what we believe is right. It is not simply to protect our image as Mencken
Making an informed choice will allow a person to make the decision that is best for them. The saying known as "making an informed choice", means to become educated on the subjects that are relevant to the matter. Making an informed choice will allow a person to make the decision that is best for them. For an individual’s consent to be valid" it must be voluntary and informed" and the person consenting must have the capacity to make the decision. These terms are explained below: •voluntary - the decision to consent or not consent to treatment must be made alone" and must not be due to pressure by staff" friends or family •informed - the person must be given full information about what the treatment involves" including the benefits and risks"
Rather than religion being utilized as a sort of hardware or gadget for getting what one needs, as was valid for Euthyphro's situation, Socrates trusts the basic role of genuine religion is to carry one's own life into amicability with the will of God. Religion and profound quality, in his view, are so firmly related that neither one of the ones can exist separated from the other. Dissimilar to the Sophists, who were familiar with think about the requests of ethical quality as just the wants of the general population who planned them, Socrates has faith in a standard of profound quality that is something more than the human conclusion. He distinguishes it with
We learned that good reasoning, or logical reasoning, is the process of forming conclusions, judgements or inferences from facts or premises. The way we reason effects our ability to inform our conscience. We must ensure that our reasoning is not based on prejudices or stereotypes, and we must be autonomous thinkers. We can do this by informing our conscience and searching for the right thing and most loving thing to do when deciding what to believe and do. We learned that good reasoning is important because
Kant Grounding is a believer in morality, more into the categorical perspective. He follows the objective, necessary, and unconditional rules that we need to think before agreeing on a desire. I feel like he believes the point on doing something is for the outcome can be good for something, instead of making you happy. Putting how the action is going to get to you instead of the effect that it will give you. Albert Camus writes about a character that is very ethical.
This conception allows him to isolate two features of what he determines the ‘end goal’ or ‘final purpose’. The first, it being the most perfect or most complete good and the second, that it be self sufficient. This end is not a subjective object of desire. It also cannot be assumed that this human good is something which all humans pursue. Rather, it is what we should pursue and as such provides us with a standard that can normatively evaluate the good of human life.
According to Michael Walzer whether the resultant suffering is natural cause or caused by the human hand, we have the right and should respond in a humanitarian way. John Rawls claims there is a natural duty to help others. It’s because of the empathy people have that make us want to help. Once it comes to human agents being involved we have to consider the causal chain. Causal chain is the path running from the cause of the problem to the symptoms of the problem.
It could also serve as a challenge to understand oneself better and to set conditions of new initiation of dialogue. At the heart of Watsuji´s ethics, I assume, there is a possible path to follow, which resides in a resolute implementation of Watsuji´s ethical outlook. The resolute implementation here is not an imperative, it is but an equal manifestation of both individuality and sociality, a middle path between the liberal and the communitarian attitude, between the individualism and the totalitarianism. Such a middle path might be reached by means of newly established trust in purely human qualities such as benevolence, trustworthiness, truthfullness and sincerity. In other words, there ought to be kokoro in betweenness and this kokoro should display the humanity and reflect the humanity of others (Couteau, 2006,
A philosopher Stuart Rachels suggests that, “ morality is the set of rules governing behavior that rational people accept, on the condition that others accept them too”. For me this have a meaning that if we follow those guidelines we are being morally good, we can live morally by our own choice and if not probably we will have consequences and not just because a divine superior requires us live in morality. Even though I am a strong believer in God not all people is, therefore the social contract will apply for all