Maintains that each situation may require a unique analysis of morality

Maintains that each situation may require a unique analysis of morality

B.

Maintain that moral judgments can be true or false and can be subjects of knowledge as opposed to emotion

C.

Maintains that it is the will of God (or divine command) that defines morality

D.

Maintains that affording the greatest good to the greatest number measures the morality of an action

E.

Maintain that knowledge of right and wrong is self-evident and does not require analysis

F.

Maintain that moral judgments are only about approval or disapproval by individuals or societies

G.

Maintains that the morality of an action depends only on its outcomes

H.

Maintains that it is the motive to an ethical rule that primarily determines the morality of an action

I.

Maintain that moral concepts are matters of fact and that moral decisions can be made on

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