Ethical Decision Making
Ethical Decision Making Resources provide an introduction to basic ideas in applied ethics, such as utilitarianism, rights, justice, virtue, and the common good.
We also look at foundational questions, such as What is Ethics? and Can Ethics Be Taught? Our Framework for Ethical Decision Making has been reprinted in hundreds of articles, books, and course materials. It is now available as an app for both iOS and Android systems.
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- What is Ethics?
- A Framework for Ethical Decision Making
- Tomando una decisión ética
- Can Ethics be Taught?
- Thinking Ethically
- Making Decisions About Right and Wrong
- Conscience and Authority
- Consistency and Integrity
Approaches to Ethical Decision Making
The Utilitarian Approach
The Rights Approach
The Fairness Approach
The Common Good Approach
The Virtue Approach
All Articles on General Ethics and Ethical Decision Making
Ethics in the News
The Trust Project works to indicate which news sources can be relied upon.
Through the Health Care Ethics Internship, Santa Clara students shadow nurses and physicians at local hospitals.
Hana Callaghan discusses the dangers of vitriolic language in a presidential campaign.
Travel can have a significant environmental impact on areas already decimated by climate change.
How should colleges discipline athletes who might have broken the law?
Ann Skeet discusses the Clinton Foundation's global presence.