Deontological and teleological

Deontological and teleological

 Deontological and teleological theories of ethics focus on judging a person’s actions in order to assess whether someone is ethical. In contrast, virtue-based ethical theory focuses more on the character of the person who is doing the actions in order to judge ethical conduct. To complete this assignment, please do the following:

•   Give an overview of what is meant by deontological, teleological, and virtue-based ethical theories.

•   Explain which of these types of theories seems to be the most valid way of judging ethical conduct to you.

•   Do you think that it makes more sense to judge people by their actions or people's actions according to their character? Explain. Give examples to illustrate and support your discussion.

Use a minimum of two credible academic sources for your paper, and cite your sources in APA format.

Adhere to APA formatting and reference guidelines when writing your response.
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