Consequential Is a Type of Ethical Theory

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Consequential is a type of ethical theory; it’s built upon moral views of acts, rules, etc. purely due to the consideration of their consequences, where the norm of consideration is worked as the norm of non-moral goodness. Happiness is a part of acquiring what could be an unsatisfying truth that we do not have a solid handle of our control or impact in our world; giving into the greatest good, as well as, ignoring what can bring negativity. It is important to make the best out of life as possible that represent positive and negative, and take the rest as life wants to give it. The theory of “good” and bad is really not a matter of concern; we have our own particular views, so what can be bad may actually be good. This is only so with what we determine to be our own opinion of likes/dislikes. I believe God is the highest power, and knows what is “good” or not. Given this “good” is what helps us, and “bad” is what hinders us. I’m trying to present the revelatory explanation to the decisions of what we would do in both situations concerning the stories; utilitarianism handles the amount of happiness and distress our decisions create to make what matters. When we want to be happy, we increase our opportunity for acting appropriately, and then we chose to decrease the distress around us. Given this, we may have to break some moral guidelines to reach the result. In order to fulfill my choice for the #1, I would follow my thoughts of breaking my moral code and pull the lever. For #2, I would relinquish my morals and leave my soul in God’s hand to give my own
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