Added by: Simon Fokt, Contributed by: Nathan Nobis
Abstract: To date, there are several areas of applied ethical study. Given their situational nature, they are often distinct from one another, though they regularly employ similar methods detailed here. Applied ethicists qua applied ethicists are more concerned with particular cases than with more abstract theoretical questions. They aim to apply their ethical training to the study of actual ethical situations, and to draw conclusions about the moral status of scenarios that people out in the world actually encounter, and of situations that have real, practical import.
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Haramia, Chelsea. Applied Ethics
2018, 1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology
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