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SUBJECT AREA Philosophy
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CREATED ON 20th March 2017
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Life Values

Use THE FUNDAMENTALS OF ETHICS in your answer. Do the LIFE VALUES INVENTORY explained at http://bhmt.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/BHMT_CC_Life-Values_Inventory.pdf From this, determine what the inventory says are your top 3-5 values from the list A- N on page 5. Then consider whether your values fit with Ethical Egoism, some form of Consequentialism, or neither. Explore whether your values are close to one of these theories or a long way away. If your values don't fit with any normative theory, does that mean there is something wrong with your values or with philosophical theories of values?
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