The five fundemantal principles of ethical reasoning are ethical relativism, utilitarianism, universalism, rights, and justice.What are the three main ethical theories?
Ethical Theories. There are three basic ethical theories introduced and discussed in Chapter 1; Virtue Ethics, Utilitarianism (ethics for the greater good), and Universal Ethics.What are some examples of ethical theories?
The most common examples of normative ethical theories are utilitarianism, Kantian duty-based ethics (deontology), and divine command theory, which are described later in this chapter. These systems are used by individuals to make decisions when confronted with ethical dilemmas.