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Choosing the Right Thing to Do, In Life, at…
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Choosing the Right Thing to Do, In Life, at Work, in Relationships, and…

by David A Shapiro

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Making decisions based on a moral spectrum. Look at decisions from: Ethic of Caring, Virtue ethics, Communitarianism, Existentialism, Egoism, Utilitarianism, Deontology.

Existentialism-humans have no essence except what they choose to be. Deontology-duty based ethics. Ethic of Caring-Our best self. Communitarianism-how will we fit in the community? Utilitarianism-the most good for the most people. Virtue Ethics-modeling virtuous people. Egoism-
what helps us achieve our rationally chosen ends.
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The author of Repacking Your Bags offers a thoughtful examination of how people make choices and offers lessons for creating a valuable moral legacy.

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