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Situational morality posted 15 September 2007 in Philosophy DiscussionSituational morality by Darth_Tater, Commoner

Situational morality in this case is taken to mean like one's personal ethics.

For example,

Person A has a personal ethic of not killing anything.

However, if he is placed in a situation where a lion is going to kill him, do you think it is right for him to change his moral in this situation?

In other words, should morality be situational or a big bunch of laws set in stone? view post


Situational morality posted 15 September 2007 in Philosophy DiscussionSituational morality by Harrol, Moderator

I think I am more in the situational morality category. i do not believe fighting is right but if i feel endangered then I will come swinging. Morals or my skin? Such a tough choice. view post


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