Identify the traditional ethical theory to the appropriate preferred lens or lenses (Kant-duties, Rawls-justice, Mill/Bentham-utilitarianism, Aristotle-virtue ethics).

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Write a reflection indicating which lens or lenses is your default (preferred) lens or lenses? If your mark is on the axis between two lenses, you have a strong preference for two core values. If your mark is on the perimeter of the grid, you have strong preference for one of the four core values. People who have strong preferences for one of the four will often have to work harder to understand people who have preferences for the other three. If the mark is the point of origin, that is, where the two axes intersect, then you can see all lenses equally. However, while you are able to see all views equally, it sometimes makes it harder for you to make a final decision because you may vacillate between all four lenses. In other words, no matter what your lens or lenses are, one is no more advantageous than another. It is important to look at your preferred lens/core value(s) and all other lenses/core values when facing a moral dilemma.

In your reflection, please answer the following questions.

What is/or your preferred ethical lens or lenses?

Identify the traditional ethical theory to the appropriate preferred lens or lenses (Kant-duties, Rawls-justice, Mill/Bentham-utilitarianism, Aristotle-virtue ethics).

Do you value rationality or sensibility or both when making a decision?

Do you value autonomy or equality or both when making a decision?

What is your the strength, gifts, blind spots and temptations of your preferred lens or lenses? Finally,

What have you learned from taking this inventory; in other words, how can you use this information in everyday life?

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