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Ethics Survey
Please answer as thoroughly and honestly as possible; if you can ask yourself, "why?" in response to your answer, try answering that as well. If a question seems flawed to you, feel free to either skip it or explain why you consider it flawed. You may find that your answer to one question is the same as the answer to another, depending on what the phrasing of the question connotes to you - in that case, please copy and paste your response from the first question to the second. It's entirely possible that these questions may seem leading or biased, but I've tried to make them as straightforward as possible. Thank you!
1.) When you determine that an action is "morally wrong," how/for what reasons do you make this judgment?
2.) When you determine that an action is "ethically wrong," how/for what reasons do you make this judgment?
3.) Describe what you would consider the closest-to-ideal world that could be practically achieved by humans.
4.) Do you think it is possible to objectively determine what is "morally wrong"? Why or why not?
5.) Do you think it is possible to objectively determine what is "ethically wrong"? Why or why not?
6.) When you determine that a person is "morally responsible" for an action, how/for what reasons do you make this judgment?
7.) When you determine that a person is "ethically responsible" for an action, how/for what reasons do you make this judgment?
8.) How would you describe your political views?
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