Written Analysis in Philosophy point of view of four moral perspectives

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Submit a written analysis of the selected case from the vantage point of four moral perspectives. Analyze any current event from four moral perspectives.


(Consequentialism - Deontological Ethics - Natural Ethics - Virtue Ethics - Ethics of Care - Ethics and Religion)
No plagerism MLA format

 

 

Thinking / Inquiry







Summarize the main problem and its setting. List possible ways of responding to the problem from four moral perspectives







/15

Identification of problem is vague and/or does not elaborate/exemplify the problem. Principles and theories vaguely identified from four moral perspectives, but not clearly defined.  No elaboration, examples, or illustrations to support relevance to the problem

Clearly identifies the problem with only limited elaboration. At least three moral perspectives identified and clearly defined.  Some elaboration with supporting examples and/or illustrations show vague applicability to the problem

Clearly identifies the problem of the case using elaboration/ examples and/or the relevant concepts.  Identified and clearly defined moral principles and theories from four moral perspectives that are most directly applicable to the problem.

Point of View/ 



Decision Making_
 

 

Identify and justify the one moral perspective or that you think is best.

 

 /10

Conclusions and interpretations are stated, but are not linked to the information presented and do not directly address the identified problem.

The decision is based only on some of the information presented and does not directly address the identified problem

Acknowledges the existence of more than one point of view/moral perspective. Explains why the other possible points of view are unacceptable to directly address the identified problem.

Communication/ Mechanics and MLA Format 



/5



 

Total:  /30

Major and frequent spelling or grammatical errors detract from clarity and/or logical flow.

Some spelling or grammatical errors detract from clarity and/or logical flow

No spelling or grammatical errors

 

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