Course What People Believe about Morality Objectives Assignment Overview Reading God as Creator Prevalence of Belief in God Divine Command Theory William of Ockham Divine Command Theory God Could Command Otherwise Euthyphro The Virtue The Unending Job Relevance of Euthyphro Following Exemplary Behavior Following a List of Examples A First Stab The Relevance A Second Stab Socrates Still Searching Socrates’s Famous Questioning Euthyphro’s Proposed Definition The Pursuit of Excellence AVP Discussion Written Case Analysis 7 Module Progress
Written Case Analysis 7
Read Thinking Critically About Ethical Issues, Case 1, p. 173 and compose an 800-word written analysis in which you identify the moral issue(s) and the parties involved. Take a balanced moral position offering a recommendation or a policy resolution. Draw on three approaches to ethics including utility and two of the following: duty, rights, virtue, or care. Click here to see the grading rubric for this assignment.
If you have chosen the service activity analysis option, the questions are the same and the assignment will be assessed for depth, breadth, and judgment. The assignment will also be assessed by taking into consideration the description of the service activity. You may proceed with the service activity analysis option only if you have received prior approval by the instructor. Taking care to identify the moral issue(s) and the parties involved, take a balanced moral position offering a recommendation or a policy resolution. Please draw on three approaches to ethics including utility and two of the following: duty, rights, virtue, or care.
Submit your assignment to the Written Case Analysis 7 Assignment basket no later than Sunday 11:59 PM