Normative Ethics

Writer’s Normative Ethics is a category of ethical theories that focuses on how we ought to live. Normative theories are commonly grouped as: virtue theories, duty (or deontological) theories, and consequential (or teleological) theories. Choice Academic Level : Bachelor Paper details A. Write an introduction that 1.) explains normative ethics and 2.) explains the purpose of your paper. B. For each subcategory above (virtue, duty, consequential), 1. Explain the category 2. Explain 3 theories for each subcategory (no less than 9 total theories explained in the project) 3. Explain how each of the 9 theories aligns or does not align with a Christian perspective. The proper way to write this is to explain the theory and then write how it aligns or does not align with a Christian perspective before you explain the next theory. Alignment should be based on research and biblical support. You will lose 10 points for each theory if this is only based on your interpretation of scripture or your opinion. Example of one theory that is a consequential: Consequential theories are defined… Utilitarianism is …. It aligns with a Christian perspective… 4. Write a conclusion ** Make sure to transition between each paragraph. Write paper in APA format. 1. Cover page should have a “Running head:” and page number 2. Page 2 should be an abstract (An abstract is not an introduction. It should be written in your own words and explain the purpose of the paper). [Running head beginning on this page should change] 3. References should be formatted correctly following APA guidelines.