Moral Decisions: Utilitarianism, And The Virtue Approach

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Moral decisions grounded in an individual’s sense of ethics, which may be defined using approaches such as utilitarian approach, the rights approach, the justice approach or the virtue approach. Because of different ways ethics are defined by different people, some decisions are likely to be considered moral by some and immoral by others. These type of decisions typically have extreme narrative significance – for example, saving or destroying the world, or killing of main characters. However, on a conceptual level, there no reason these choices could not be more subtle. When it comes to making decisions it can horribly tense. Sometimes what seems like morally right choice may actually turn out to be bad
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