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1. According to Divine Command Theory, treating people fairly would be wrong if God said it was wrong.
2. According to Kant, it can be rational to act immorally.
3. "When in Rome, (always) do as the Romans do.”
4. One major problem for utilitarianism is that morality sometimes appears to require partiality.
5. According to consequentialism, treating people fairly is wrong if it leads to a bad outcome.
6. According to virtue ethics, treating people fairly is wrong if it's not what a virtuous person would do.
7. According to Gini & Marcoux, business is what corporations do.
8. According to Aristotle, a person who lacks virtue can have a good life.
9. According to Natural Law Theory, treating people fairly would be wrong if it served to fulfill our true nature.
10. Business is a zero-sum game. For you to win, others must lose.
11. Feminist ethics is ethics for and about women.
12. According to Gini & Marcoux, success should not be pursued at the expense of excellence.
13. From a utilitarian perspective, animals aren't members of the moral community.
14. According to consequentialism, your intentions are irrelevant to the morality of your actions.
15. According to Kantian ethics, our compassion for others is not a reliable moral guide.
16. One major problem for Kantian ethics is that people may not be autonomous.
17. According to Kantian ethics, treating people fairly is wrong if its guiding maxim can be universalized.
18. Religious belief is necessary for moral motivation.
19. According to Hume, facts about what is the case can never tell us what ought to be the case.
20. Traditional ethical theories take female experiences and perspectives into account.
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