Imagine you are part of a community action group that has been…

Imagine you are part of a community action group that has been asked to consider several social issues (e.g., vaccine mandates, legalized marijuana, reproductive rights). Your role is to educate other members of the action group about the various ethical theories they should be aware of as they consider the issues.
Eventually, each member of the action group will select one social issue and one of the ethical theories to develop a solution to the chosen issue, but in this activity, you are educating your peers about the theories.
According to Ethics for Life: A Text with Readings, there are two primary categories of ethical theories: noncognitive and cognitive. Cognitive theories can be further separated into two types: cognitive relativist theories and cognitive universalist theories. Consider the ethical theories below for this assignment.
Cognitive relativist
Cognitive universalist
Describe the components of each ethical theory.
Compare and contrast the ethical theories.
Discuss how religious beliefs or lack thereof influence each of the ethical theories.
Provide at least 2 examples of how you have applied or seen one of these theories applied by others at work or at home, or in another social context.

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