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Keywords and Sections
RELATIONAL ETHICS
CONTEMPORARY VIRTUE ETHICS
CASE BASIS
DECISION-MAKING
RELATIVE VALUES
MORAL RELATIVISM
JOSEPH FLETCHER
SITUATIONAL ETHICS
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Definitions

  1. Situational ethics is a moving target, and preference is a "free-for-all state-of-chaos, with no accountability.
  2. Situational Ethics is a proper noun.
  3. Situational ethics is a dangerous intellectual game. (Web site)
  4. Situational ethics is a frontal assault to the concept of lawfulness and absolutes.

Relational Ethics

  1. This is called relational ethics, or situational ethics. (Web site)

Contemporary Virtue Ethics

  1. Situational ethics (also known as Situationism) has in recent times been seen as a significant opponent to contemporary virtue ethics.

Case Basis

  1. Instead of following the same set of rules in each decision, practitioners engaging in Situational ethics decide on a case by case basis.

Decision-Making

  1. Situational ethics suggests that decision-making should be seen as independent of specific circumstances.

Relative Values

  1. According to Faur, PILPUL is a situational ethics that determines normative behavior according to the relative values of the interpreter.

Moral Relativism

  1. Situational ethics finds the foundation of moral truth in agape, it is thus not moral relativism.

Joseph Fletcher

  1. The original situational ethics theory was developed by Joseph Fletcher, an Episcopalian priest, in the 1960s.
  2. The situational ethics theory was developed by Joseph Fletcher, an Episcopal priest, in the 1960s. (Web site)

Situational Ethics

  1. Joseph Fletcher (1905-1991) - founder of the theory of situational ethics, pioneer in the field of bioethics, transhumanist. (Web site)
  2. In ethics, "contextualist" views are most closely associated with situational ethics, or with moral relativism. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Science > Biology > Bioethics > Joseph Fletcher
  2. Information > Science > Biology > Bioethics
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Ethics
  4. Agape
  5. Society > Ethics > Morality > Moral Relativism
  6. Books about "Situational Ethics" in Amazon.com

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