What moral philosophy says that the good of the many outweighs the good of the few?
What moral philosophy was founded by St. Thomas Aquinas and is most associated with the Catholic Church?
What moral philosophy says that good and bad all boil down to individual tastes, habits, or beliefs?
"Killing puppies is wrong because it is disgusting!" This argument is basically...
The Earl of Shaftesbury's moral sense theory belongs to what kind of moral realism associated with empiricism?
What moral philosophy says that whatever we do out of love is good, and whatever we do out of hatred is bad, and that ultimately all morality is a matter of a unique individual in a unique situation?
What moral philosophy says that we essentially each give up some of our freedom in order to secure a greater happiness?