Ethical Decision-Making Task
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An Ethical Decision-Making Task is a conscious decision task that requires a morally-judgeable action as an end state (that is morally judgeable as being a good action to being a bad action).
- input: Morally-Judgeable Situation.
- output: Morally-Judgeable Decision.
- It can be instantiated as an Ethical Decision Act (that results in a morally-judgeable act)
- "Should I donate money to UNICEF, and if so then how much?".
- "Should we/society allow the development of lethal autonomous weapon systems?" (Russell, 2015).
- See: Game Task, Ethical Choice, Personal Right, Valuability Function.
- (Glenn et al., 209) ⇒ Andrea L. Glenn, Adrian Raine, and Robert A. Schug. (2009). “The Neural Correlates of Moral Decision-Making in Psychopathy.".
- (Jones, 1991) ⇒ Thomas M. Jones. (1991). “Ethical Decision Making by Individuals in Organizations: An issue-contingent model.” In: Academy of management review, 16(2).
- (Schwartz, 1970) ⇒ Shalom H. Schwartz. (1970). “Moral Decision Making and Behavior.” In: Altruism and helping behavior.