Therefore, moral conflict should be judged case by case since the situations are very complicated. Besides, most likely the moral dilemmas will not have the perfect solution but it still can be solved; what we can do to solve the moral conflicts is analyzing between different solutions to minimize the loss and pursuit the right value. Since you cannot predict the result of the events, there is no definite answer that determines whether your decision is right or wrong. What you have to do is achieve social justice. I believe that moral conflict can be solved with the goal that maximizes the morality and achieves social justice.
Proving A Moral Principle Once one has examined an ethical theory and knows what its fundamental concepts are — what kinds of factors are to be used in making moral judgments, whether its principles apply directly to acts or rules, and what concepts of the good life is proposed — one is certainly in a better position to judge which of all the competitive principles comes closest to fulfilling the task of giving a complete account of moral phenomena. Unfortunately this may not be enough to enable us to choose among them. Most of the classical principles do a reasonably good job of supplying a rationale for most if not all of our moral judgments. Yet the principles are often incompatible with one another. Must we then decide among them not simply on the basis of their adequacy to explain and justify moral judgments but on the basis of simple preference, i.e.
It felt going hunting would improve the relationship between my father and I. I wanted to kill a deer more than anything else, then finally the night before we gathered our gear and went to bed early to be ready in the morning. The next morning I woke up around four o’clock and went downstairs to get ready. I walked out side to see how cold it was, and on this November day the air was crisp, moist, and cool. We had some breakfast and got in the truck and met with my step-moms brother and my cousin-in-law, who were also hunting with us. One the ride there I rested my head and I had a dream of killing a big deer.
Each individual handles moral decision in many different ways. Some depend on logic and reason to help them decide and others depend on their emotions to guide them towards their moral solution of their problem. Reason and knowledge may appear to be contradicting emotions but there is a link between the two. They are often combined with logic and rationality. Let 's consider the scenario of a
I heard voices behind me that I soon recognized as my brothers. I turn around to see them both carrying a cooler full of turkey and they both have two turkeys on their shoulders. Honestly seeing that made me want to cry because of all the anger built up inside me, but I sucked it up like a man and said “we need to go to another spot before we leave” and they looked at me funny like I was joking I said “you guys are loaded with turkey and I still have yet to shoot one so we’re not leaving till I got one.” Little did they know I had the keys to the truck, see they let me drive them to Richloam because I just got my permit and I just left the keys in my pocket. They both agreed with me on the subject so we stayed out. Bubba said that he knew of one more spot down the road its guaranteed a turkey, we started walking we walked for what felt like an hour I didn’t want to leave empty handed I came too far to do so.
Killing a Ten Point Buck The deer season last fall was my most successful season ever. I have been deer hunting since I was fourteen. Each year I have shot at least one deer, but none were that special because they were all does. This year because I was going to college and wrestling I didn't think I would have a chance to get the big buck. The firearm deer season started on Friday, November 15 1996.
Thus, they will create a habit that may help them to make choices on whether their actions are ethical or not. According to Aristotle’s theorizing of agency, there is a link between ethics and the idea of responsibility to actions performed voluntarily. Based on this explanation, individuals can actually choose their actions assessing which behavior is ethical and which one is not. Individuals live according to moral virtue, which means that they are involved in choosing actions properly. However, there is a moral question that keeps coming up, which is how the individuals choose the right course of action in any given situation.
Logic and Moral Dilemmas ABSTRACT: Logic is of great importance for the philosophy of education. In particular, logic provides a rational and critical approach in ethics, helping us understand the nature of moral dilemmas. Some suggest that all moral dilemmas result from some kind of inconsistency in the moral rules. Unsolvable moral situations simply reflect implicit inconsistencies in our existing moral code. If we are to remain moral as well as logical, then we must restore consistency to our code.
Authoritative parents enforce limits to their child’s behavior while considering their child’s point of view. Unlike authoritarian parents, authoritative parents believe in consequences rather than punishments. Children raised with authoritative discipline tend to be happy and successful. They are often good at making decisions and evaluating safety risks on their own. They grow up to be responsible adults who feel comfortable expressing their opinions.
What are the different types of moral actions? When a person hears the word “moral” they think about the various ways that a person or creature is supposed to carry themselves. Things will never be what they appear to be in the eyes of someone else. People tend to do things or ask certain questions that they may not know how to react to. How we answer these inquiries depends to a limited extent upon the qualifications we make among the implications of the expressions "moral," “amoral,” “immoral” and “non-moral”.