Reread the descriptions of relativism, utilitarianism, universalism, rights, justice, and ethical decision making in the lecture. Explain which principle best describes your reasoning and your action(s) in the dilemma you faced.

1:Describe an ethical dilemma that you recently experienced. Be detailed: What was the situation? Who did it involve? Why? What happened? What did you do? What did you not do? Describe your reasoning process in taking or not taking action. What did others do to you? What was the result?

2: Reread the descriptions of relativism, utilitarianism, universalism, rights, justice, and ethical decision making in the lecture. Explain which principle best describes your reasoning and your action(s) in the dilemma you faced.

3: Were you conscious that you were reasoning and acting on these (or other) ethical principles before, during, and after your ethical dilemma? Explain.

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