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Dentological Theory of Obligation
a deontological theory of obligation, accounts for obligation in terms of a system of (one or more) rules
Teleological Theory of Obligation
There are two main approaches: the first, which is called a teleological theory of obligation, accounts for obligation in terms of the consequences of acts.
Utilitarianism
one popular teleological theory is utilitarianism, according to which one ought always to do that which promotes the greatest good for the greatest number of people
Theodicy
He wants to reconcile the idea that God directs history with the evil and suffering that has occurred throughout history
Metaphysical Idealism
believes that only minds and their contents are ultimately real
Metaphysical Dualism
believed that there are two ultimate kinds of things--minds and bodies