Ethical Theories

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Absolutist

Relativist

Subjective

Objective

Consequentialism

Deontological Ethics

Teleological Ethics

Eschatological Justice

Existentialism

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An ethical system that has no fixed rules but action depends on the situation

You will be rewarded in Heaven for good behaviour, or punished in Hell for bad behaviour

Any ethical system that is concerned with consequences of actions; from the Greek meaning "end" or "purpose"

An ethical system involving rules that are to be followed by all people at all times, in all circumstances

Another name for teleological ethics

External to the mind; real or true regardless of the subject and their point of view

God without morality is meaningless and "everything is permitted"

Any ethical system that is concerned with the act itself rather than the consequences of the ac; from the Greek meaning "obligation" and "duty"

Having its source within the mind; a particular point of view, dependent on the subject