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Independence of freedom, as of the will or one's action
Autonomy
Attitude of kindliness or friendliness- making your own decisions
Will (Good)
GOverning people while neglecting there individual decisions
Paternalism
Being valuable in yourself
Intrinsic Value
Values outside yourself
Extrinsic Value
Harshness
Cruelty
"Act only on that maxim through which you can at the same time will that it should become a universal law"
Universal Law
Expected to do; moral obligation
Duties
Must do what is our duty regardless the outcome
Categorical Imperatives
Principle under your control
Maxim
Ethical theory concerned with duties and rights
Deontology
Pleasure or happiness is the highest good
Hedonism
Judge who can ethically decide (Has done it)
Competent Judge
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Duty that is not perfect!?
Imperfect Duties
One who can make rational decisions
Rational Being
No gain for yourself
Altruism
If you do something for gain; If... then
Hypothetical Imperative
Not religous
Secular
Quality of being right
Justice
Flourishing human being
Ataxaria
Resources
Means
Whatever is compensated for
Market Value
Biased
Impartiality
Expressing kind feelings
Benevolent
Not harmful
Non Malefecience
The doing of good out of kindness
Beneficience
Loyal,faithfulness
Fidelity
Condition of being repaired
Reparations
Distrbutive justice
Equity