(Redirected from morally-judgeable act)
- AKA: Moral Agent Act.
- It can (typically) be preceded by Moral Reasonings and Moral Intentions (such as the support of a moral system).
- It can range from being a Good Moral Act to being a Bad Moral Act, depending on some moral judgement by a morality-judgement system.
- It can range from being a Good Moral Decision to being a Bad Moral Decision.
- It can range from being a Voluntary Moral Action to being a Forced Moral Action.
- It can range from being an Economic Moral Act to being a non-Economic Moral Act, if it is also an economic act.
- It can be an output of a Moral Decision Making Task, such as a medical triage task.
- It can (often) affect the well being of some other Agent.
- It can be based on a Moral Rule.
- See: Moral Choice, Moral Belief, Ethical System, Self-Interested Choice.
- (Persad et al., 2009) ⇒ Govind Persad, Alan Wertheimer, and Ezekiel J Emanuel. (2009). “Principles for Allocation of Scarce Medical Interventions.” In: The Lancet Journal, 373(9661).