Different approaches to ethical dilemma
I would like help creating an ethical dilemma from a given case and solving it in the perspective of utilitarianism, libertarianism, deontology, and CST.
The case study can be found at the link below:
Create an . There are many dilemmas present in this case. Your dilemma should follow the formula of “Should business person X do Y?”
You will resolve the dilemma as a utilitarian. For this, you will pretend you are a utilitarian, you will explain how a utilitarian makes a decision and you will thoroughly apply utilitarianism to the ethical dilemma. You will need to use ballpark numbers. This is not an essay–you can use bullet points, paragraphs, and a graph to show your work.
You will resolve the dilemma as a . Pretend you are a libertarian and thoroughly explain libertarianism and resolve the dilemma as a libertarian.
You will resolve the dilemma as a deontologist. For this you will need to go through the 9 steps, explain them and apply them properly and thoroughly. You do not need to write anything in addition to naming and explaining and applying the 9 steps.
You will resolve the dilemma from the perspective of Catholic social teaching. You must define and apply at least 5 of the main concepts in Catholic social teaching to this case and use them to resolve your dilemma.
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