1. Ethics of the deontological school would drive the commanding officer (CO) to make what decision? (Points : 6)
To seek the best welfare for his sailor
To take risks of courage
To calculate the best possible outcome
To ask what virtues he seeks to honor
To do his duty under rules and procedures
An application of virtuous courage
John Stuart Mill
What virtue is not shown if the CO shows unwillingness to contact the carrier air group commander about the welfare of his sailor because of fear?
(Points : 6)
The virtue of courage
Aristotle's Virtues of the Mean.
An act of conscience.
Calculated acceptance of unavoidable consequences.
Being driven by personal self-interest and ambition.
Ends-based thinking of the Three Primary Schools of Ethics
Being caught in a dilemma
Ethics of the mean
Sphere of influence
The principle of equity
The prudent mariner approach
The ethics of self-interest
The CO's duty