Moral Analysis Two review

For the milestone submission, revise your Deontological (Nonconsequentialist) Ethical Theory Moral Analysis essay on the basis of the instructor’s comments and peer review.

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Also write a Milestone 2 report in Microsoft Word document, which addresses how you went about completing the work.

Submission Specifications

  • A zipped folder named that includes:
    • Deontological (Nonconsequentialist) Ethical Theory Moral Analysis in a Microsoft Word document named LastnameFirstinitial_M2_Submission_MoralAnalysis_PHI1010.doc that includes:
      • Revised 750-word (minimum) report
      • MLA formatted content, citations, and reference list
      • Review all comments and suggestions made by your instructor.
      • Incorporate your instructor’s suggestions into your Deontological (Nonconsequentialist) Ethical Theory Moral Analysis essay.
      • Make sure your moral analysis is clearly written. It should not contain grammatical or spelling errors.

        1You will study different theories of justice and learn the differences between the retributive theory of justice and the results (utilitarian) theory of justice. You will also learn the differences between retribution and revenge.ETHICS THEORY II—NONCONSEQUENTIALIST2You will study Act Nonconsequentialist theory, Kantian ethics, and Divine Command theory.ETHICS THEORY II—RULE NONCONSEQUENTIALIST3You will study Act Nonconsequentialist theory, Kantian ethics, Divine Command theory, and Ross’ prima facie duties theory.ETHICS THEORY II—KANT AND PRIMA FACIE THEORIES4You will compare and contrast Kantian ethics with Ross’ prima facie duties theory.LIFE AND DEATH5You will explore how different ethical theories apply to topics such as suicide and humanitarian intervention in defense of innocent people.CAPITAL PUNISHMENT6You will explore ethics and capital punishment from myriad perspectives.


        7You will explore abolitionist arguments.WAR8You will learn about just war theory, moral realism, and pacifism.SUICIDE9You will learn about different theories regarding the morality of suicide.ETHICS THEORY III—HAPPINESS AND PERSONAL AWARENESS10You will learn about Eudaimonia.ETHICS THEORY III—HUMAN EXCELLENCE11You will learn about the doctrine of the mean and Aristotle’s theory of virtue ethics.


        12You will study what is wisdom and what is the difference between wisdom and intelligence?