What is Divine Command Theory? This is generally applied to the Abrahamic god speaking of Judeo-Christian morality but could technically be applied to any set of rules or morals that come from a Divine being. One of the key problems with DCT is that for it to be valid we need to prove that deity…
Preference Satisfaction Utilitarianism Our next moral theory is Preference Satisfaction Utilitarianism, which is also a consequentialist moral theory. It is similar to Act utilitarianism but holds a few differences as well, and is a much newer theory. What is Preference Satisfaction Utilitarianism?How does it differ to Act Utilitarianism?What are the problems it has?What things should…
Tonight we delve in to Morality, exploring; The Correct Definitions of Subjective and ObjectiveWhat is meant by Morality, and what its purpose isHow we apply morality in a normative senseThe difference between normative and descriptive examinations of moralityArguments for and against Subjective morality Articles Related to the Show Conflated and Misunderstood Terms – Volume 3…
The Moral Argument Based upon Moral Values and Duties Welcome back to part 3 of this 5 part series. You can visit part 1 by clicking here And part 2 here If God does not exist, objective moral values and duties do not exist. Objective morals don’t exist,…
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