As a student we are required to evaluate the philosophical approaches for each scenario from Appendix B. Evaluating whether or not the reasoning for the course of action listed makes sense. While working on the evaluation of the philosophical approaches we will discuss if the course of action is the most ethical, the best reasons for making the choices, and the reasons for believing this alternative is ethical.
Consequentialism is the intent to maximize the usefulness of a decision. For this the relevance of this act depends on its consequences. For this approach it is essential to have a good ethical decisions and perception of it. With this it is important for students to analyze a decision in how the harmful and/or the benefits. This many philosophers’ debate ht consequences should count
Deontology is different because it focuses on the obligation or duty in motivating the decision or the actions of the consequences. This depends on the respect, rights, and fairness. This approach brings up issues related to duty, rights, moral standards, and the principles.
Virtue ethics approach focus on the integrity of the individuals and the moral of the community. In order to identify the issues of the ethical actions this act centers instead of agent centered. With this professional community will help to identify ethical issues and the guidelines. There is a debate over whether the community focuses on interest. In other words individuals are excellence being intellectual, morals, and achievements.
Consequentialism choice is that the mayor would choose in favor of economic prosperity. Looking at the aspect letting new development would benefit the town and everyone in it. This choice would be unethical. It would be the wrong choice due to the elderly would not have a place to go.
Deontology choice is that the mayor should decide not to let the development to be built and to be in favor of the elderly. Demolishing the centers would be wrong and...