Carlos A. Bejarano
Dr. Tim Dosemagen
The Ethics awareness inventory has been the highpoint at the end of this course, that self assessment was so profound in what the ethic profile of one person is, in the case of me, was on the point. Never care to define my stand in ethics, this assessment has just opened a whole new aspect of my principles. The student fits in the obligation profile, which tend to define ethic as the duty to do what is morally right and expects the same from everybody else; in other words everybody has the free will to choose and to do what is right; here the question will be, how says what is right?. As Rosner & Muntner (1965), make an emphasis in the analysis of the oath of Asaph, is our lord the only god who sets the path and principles that one needs to follow to do the right thing.
MacKinnon (2009), open some aspects of the deontological theory, that help to understand what would be the maxima under one will exercise the free will. In the book of Genesis, God create a man and gave him the free will and a set of rules for him to obey, Adam violate the only rule and the three of knowledge was taken from mankind, free will was limited. Kant, talks about the development of some kind of universal set of good principals against which men can exercise their free will; now this will be an idealistic state and in reality those principals would differ from person to person. Finally, Rawls talk about the veil of ignorance; in order to make a good judgment the difference between two must be remove; the exercise of the veil of ignorance falls under the free will of the judge, therefore, it is very difficult to implement.
After reflecting on the deontological theory, this student still believes that all moral decisions need to be a reflection of the free will of the individuals and as they do so, they also should expect to be hold personally responsible for their actions. Also...