Evaluation of ethics theories using the six trolley problems


¬†Introduction Deontological ethics hold a rigid perception of what is good and indicates that small evil acts do not become good even when they are intended to attain a large good goal. In the deontological tenets good is good and bad is bad despite its intentions or consequences. ¬†On the other hand, from a teleologicalContinue reading “Evaluation of ethics theories using the six trolley problems”