Compare and contrast Utilitarianism and Deontological Ethics.
Key Terms: Duty, Good Will, Intent, Obligation, Categorical Imperative.
Clearly identifies the problem of the case using elaboration/ examples and/or the relevant concepts. Identified and clearly defined all moral principles and theories that are most directly applicable to the problem.
Acknowledges the existence of more than one point of view. Explains why the other possible points of view are unacceptable to directly address the identified problem.