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Should we think morality is a matter of opinion? What re the implications? If morality is not a matter of opinion, then what is it based on? How should moral arguments be assessed?

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1. Should we think morality is a matter of opinion? What re the implications? If morality is not a matter of opinion, then what is it based on? 2. How should moral arguments be assessed? Whats kinds of things might get in the way of the proper and fair assessment of moral arguments? 3. What are some of the kinds of relativism? What is their relevance to moral reasoning and judgment? 4. Use the guidelines developed by Josephson or Drelinger and Rice to discuss the case Why should my conscience bother me ? 5. In Dorrence Corporation Tradeoffs the firm faces a number of difficult decisions that have both economic and ethical consequences. Analyze and discuss those decisions by using the techniques developed in the articles. Compare and contrast the methods used by Josephson, for example, and cost benefit analysis. 6. Turn to the cost benefit analysis performed by the Ford Motor Company in part Four. How might Kelman respond to this example? How might Leonard and Zeckhauser reply?

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