Kant argues that it is always immoral to lie; can you think of situations where it would be immoral to tell the truth? Be sure to: • address the prompt(s) fully (write a paragraph); • Respond to one classmate\’s posting (say something substantial – add to the discussion!

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Upload Assignment: RS2.1: Reading Summary 2.1 – Ethical Theory
Choose one of the readings from chapters 2-6 and summarize, explain, and evaluate the main points of the reading in a minimum of 3 paragraphs. Do not simply cut and paste from the reading, but summarize the main points in your own words.
You may choose any one of the following readings to complete this assignment:
CHAPTER 2: Aristotle and the Question of Virtue: Why Bother Being Good?

The Virtues by Aristotle

After Virtue: A Study in Moral Theory by Alasdair MacIntyre

CHAPTER 3: Wrong Is Always Wrong: Kant’s Categorical Imperative

The Categorical Imperative and the Good Will from Groundwork for the Metaphysic of Morals by Immanuel Kant
Concerning a Pretended Right to Lie from Motives of Humanity by Immanuel Kant

CHAPTER 4: Consequences Matter—Utilitarianism

An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation by Jeremy Bentham

Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill

CHAPTER 5: Continental Perspectives

Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

Introduction to an Ethics of Ambiguity

CHAPTER 6: Other Influential Moral Theories: Does Morality Depend on Culture, God, Nature, or Emotions?

Euthyphro by Plato

An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals by David Hume

Forum: D2.1: Discussion 2.1 – Kant
Kant argues that it is always immoral to lie; can you think of situations where it would be immoral to tell the truth?
Be sure to:
• address the prompt(s) fully (write a paragraph);
• Respond to one classmate\’s posting (say something substantial – add to the discussion!) (your response should be a well-thought-out paragraph); and
• Use Standard English and grammar in all postings.

Forum: D2.2: Discussion 2.2 – Utilitarianism
Utilitarians argue that consequences are the primary basis for evaluating the morality of actions, are certain actions inherently wrong, regardless of the consequences – cite examples or reasons for your response.
Be sure to:
• address the prompt(s) fully (write a paragraph);
• Respond to one classmate\’s posting (say something substantial – add to the discussion!) (your response should be a well-thought-out paragraph); and
• Use Standard English and grammar in all postings.

Forum: D2.3: Discussion 2.3 – Virtue Ethics
Aristotle, the father of what is known as virtue ethics, argued that ethics cannot not be taught – are people inherently good or bad, or is it something that can be taught
Be sure to:
• address the prompt(s) fully (write a paragraph);
• Respond to one classmate\’s posting (say something substantial – add to the discussion!) (your response should be a well-thought-out paragraph); and
• Use Standard English and grammar in all postings.
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