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|Abstract||We are well served, both practically and morally, by moral and ethical diversity. Moral deliberation requires the collaboration of distinctive perspectives: consequentialist, deontological, perfectionist considerations each contribute significant dimensions in determining what is good and what is right; virtue theory highlights the development of reliable ethical character.|
|Keywords||moral diversity consequentialism vs. deontology virtue theory perfectionism|
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