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Every person approaches life with a certain perspective or worldview which could be identified with a specific ethical theory. Which ethical theoretical framework best describes your personal worldview? Support your response with examples.

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The virtue theory best describes my personal worldview. I try to act in a manner that is in line with what a virtuous agent would do. For instance, in running, many people cut corners yet claim to have traveled the entire distance. It is tempting to cut the mileage short here and there- you are so tired!- but it is wrong. A ...

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This solution describes the ethical theoretical framework that best describes the author's personal worldview, and provides examples as support.

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