rational process founded on certain agreed-upon principles. Learning to makerational decisions among an array of choices, all of which may be morallyjustifiable
Tends to deal with large groups or all society, anticipates problems, andis deductive (general rule decides specific cases)
One ofoldest kinds of law, judge-made law (based on precedents, similar rulingin similar cases).
"Equitable"means fair, judge-made law. These can be preventative or remedial
Equitylaw is flexible, specific, and preventative
-Men: caringfor yourself is good
-Women:caring for others is “good” (right)
-Instead,truth must be at the core of ethics.
Places a moral responsibility on caring for others beforecaring for the self.
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