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  1. Jan 2, 2008 · The commission found that beneficence is one of only three basic principles of research ethics. This principle soon became and remains today one of three canonical principles in American research ethics governing research funded by the federal government. The three basic principles are (1) respect for persons, (2) beneficence, and (3) justice.

  2. Normative Ethics, Metaethics and Applied Ethics. What is the difference? Normative Ethics is focused on the creation of theories that provide general moral rules governing our behavior, such as Utilitarianism or Kantian Ethics.

    • Mark Dimmock, Andrew Fisher
    • Church Hill, TN
    • 2017
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  4. Jan 1, 2014 · 1. What is it to be a moral agent? 2. Which actions are morally permitted or required? 3. Which of our moral beliefs are justified? These questions are not necessarily rivals; one could certainly hold that normative ethics aims at addressing all of these questions.

    • regina.rini@philosophy.ox.ac.uk
  5. applied ethics, the application of normative ethical theories —i.e., philosophical theories regarding criteria for determining what is morally right or wrong, good or bad—to practical problems. (Read Peter Singer’s Britannica entry on ethics.) More From Britannica ethics: Applied ethics

  6. normative ethics, that branch of moral philosophy, or ethics, concerned with criteria of what is morally right and wrong. It includes the formulation of moral rules that have direct implications for what human actions, institutions, and ways of life should be like.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  7. Aug 25, 2020 · The Psychology of Normative Cognition First published Tue Aug 25, 2020 From an early age, humans exhibit a tendency to identify, adopt, and enforce the norms of their local communities. Norms are the social rules that mark out what is appropriate, allowed, required, or forbidden in different situations for various community members.

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