Saturday, 19 March 2011

Fletcher's four examples

Joseph Fletcher famously gave four situations as examples in which the established moral laws might need to be put on hold in order to achieve the greater amount of love. They were all either real situations, or based upon real situations; also he never gave any final judgment for these situations, but rather made people think about the best outcomes themselves.

Here are four cases adapted from Joseph Fletcher's Situation Ethics:

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