Ethical Decision-Making The largest problem in ethics is determining which ethical system is best. At the moment there is a great deal of debate about which of the ethical systems is the best. To a large degree this is because all ethical theories have plausible elements and crippling vulnerabilities( Rachels and Rachels 173). The problem appears to be that there is no universally superior ethical system. Therefore, what every system you choose problems will emerge at some point. In this essay we will suggest that the best way of making ethical decisions might be to use hybrid consequentialist ethical systems. No ethical traditional ethical system can work in all circumstances. It is also impossible to find a single virtue that could be...The end:
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