Ethics Essay Eth316
June 4, 2014
Many cultures have different perspectives of ethics and morals. Not one opinion or perspective is correct. Religious groups think their perspective and knowledge of ethics and morals pertain to God or gods. Theists think their perspective does no pertain to a God. Which group is correct? In this essay the information obtained will describe what each groups knowledge is pertaining to ethics and morals. The person obtaining the knowledge will be the one to determine which is correct and has the best definition.
Similarities between virtue theory, utilitarianism, and deontological ethics are they all to making the right and wrong decisions. Determining which will be most …show more content…
The general concept behind Virtue Ethics is that it focuses on what the individual should choose for his/her own personal inward behavior (character) rather than the individual relying solely on the external laws and customs of the person's culture, and if a person's character is good then so ought the person's choices and actions be good (Gowdy, 2013). A personal experience pertaining to virtue ethics is helping others.
Ensuring others needing help receive the assistance required to complete a task. Helping others by making food that are unable to cook or can’t afford any food is satisfying. This happens frequently and this is very enjoyable to make others happy with food. Knowing the food prepared gives me satisfaction. Always helping gives me happiness. Saying the word “no” is difficult when there is a person or people who need help. Knowing that helping others will come back sometimes twice over is also known as good karma.
The most recent experiences are helping others in the offices that are behind