Facilitator ethics
 What is the difference between moral reasoning, moral principles, and moral relativism?
o Are value-j...
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Facilitator ethics

  1. 1. Facilitator ethics  What is the difference between moral reasoning, moral principles, and moral relativism? o Are value-judgments equivalent to taste in a matter? o Which is the most important to keep in mind when deciding what the morally correct thing to do is?  Will it differ depending on your background?  How much can your background influence this? Is it always 100%?  What creates a background?  Is it based on the moral reasoning, principals, relativism?  How can the religions presented affect to mind of believers? o Do Buddhist teachings and Islamic teachings affect followers in the same way?  Do all teachings affect moral issues or do some just teach wisdom?  Is the point of religion to teach moral values?  What is Self Interest Theory? o Do you agree with the principle idea of this theory? Defend. o What are the different arguments underlying this theory?  Which is most effective?  What is Utilitarianism? o Discuss Heinz dilemma. Do all motives follow guidelines?  How can emotion and reason effect our everyday decision making? o Which do you think has helped humans more in terms of survival? o Do we tend to second guess ourselves more with moral issues?  What determines our stance on a moral issue? o Discuss the presentation on abortion.

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