Ethics Assignment Essay

801 Words Nov 6th, 2014 4 Pages
BRANDON TRAN

HU4640:ETHIC

Unit 3 Assign 1

Brandon

10/10/2014

1)With my reading about Sonja Holt, she is the particular one in question was ideal virtuous person.One paragraph in ethic book, Pete is referring to Sonja Holt’s presentation earlier in the day on "The Competence Paradox in Moral and Ethical Judgment."] I remember what she said. “If it comes from your character, that behavior is virtuous. If you routinely do that, you have that virtue in your character. If you do it for some ulterior motive, then you’re not really doing this, so there’s no issue of that being virtuous that way.”With me that might true, if you want to claim that in fact for a given somebody, you’re going to get to asked "Well, how do you
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This, unfortunately, won't happen for many years but I will continue to strive to get there. For others, their form of "happiness" may mean committing amoral acts such as do something meanness to satisfying them. So as we can see all shares the common goal of happiness, but each goal varies from person to person depending on what makes them happy. The actions and goals themselves also vary in the way that "happiness" could or could not be ethical. As previously stated, working hard to achieve happiness, say going to school, could be considered ethical whereas stealing to somebody is unethical.
4) What makes people virtuous are people’s mind is that virtue ethics can be rather airily dismissed or passed over as not really worth bothering with – particularly by some moral acts. The guidance to ‘always do what a virtuous person would do’ seems pretty unhelpful at first blush. However people should stand back and consider whether this is fair. As we have seen, ‘always do our duty’ and ‘always do what increases happiness’ might also be regarded with the same sort of dubious glance? But both of these guides to moral behavior have good arguments in humanfavors, good justifications for being

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