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Late work will be deducted 10% per week. The maximum deduction will be 30% (three weeks or later).



Note: The due dates for this discussion board are adjusted to allow you time to review and incorporate the information into your Reflective Essay.







This discussion will help you to begin and conceptualize your answers for the Reflective Essay assignment in this module.







In this discussion, consider the following questions and provide your answers. These questions relate to the “Constraints” reading.




  1. Why is it important to start moral deliberation with moral constraints rather than by thinking about the good consequences one wants to accomplish?


  2. What is a moral right? What’s it based on? Who has rights? How does one lose a right?





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Answer To: OverviewLate work will be deducted 10% per week. The maximum deduction will be 30% (three weeks or...

Dilpreet answered on Jun 20 2024
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1. Moral Deliberation with Moral Constraints
It is essential to start moral deliberations with moral constraints as it ensures that our decision-making process is guided by ethical principles. This further helps to ascertain that the rights of individuals are protected maintaining a social order. This approach ensures that duties and obligations are not violated despite of the potential benefits.
    From the lens of consequentialist reasoning, focusing on moral constraints such as respecting autonomy, not causing harm, and ensuring justice help to prevent justification of unethical actions. For instance, if an individual wants to prioritise good consequences, they might justify unethical actions like lying, cheating, or violating the rights of others if they are of the thought that these actions are likely to bring the best (Guzmán et al., 2022). This will undermine trust and integrity in personal life as well as social relationships.
In addition to this, moral constraints act as a guard against biases and subjective...
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