The Moral Theory of Ethical Fundamentalism Can Best Be Characterized
The moral theory of ethical fundamentalism can best be characterized by:
A) the consultation of an outside source, such as a book or a person, for ethical guidance.
B) the belief that the moral rules should be determined by persons who have a "veil of ignorance" about their place or station in society.
C) the belief that a person must decide what course of action is proper based on that person's own set of beliefs or feelings.
D) determining which course of action produces the greatest amount of good for the greatest number of people.
E) a set of universal rules based on reasoning which must be applied in all situations and is characterized by reversibility.