Learning Goals: Identify and distinguish ethical concepts (‘egoism,’ ‘altruism,’

Learning Goals:
Identify and distinguish ethical concepts (‘egoism,’ ‘altruism,’ ‘good,’ ‘moral worth,’ etc.)
Understand and articulate the basic arguments underlying normative ethical theories
Note: you must already have a prepared draft to bring to the final
Readings to Prepare for the Exam:
The Meeting of the East and West, Confucianism and Taoism, P. 322 -346
Confucianism: Confucius (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Daoism: Daoism (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
The Analects of Confucius: The Analects of Confucius
(for Utilitarianism) The Meeting of the East and West, The Business Man’s World, P. 111
Note: if you quote or paraphrase from the readings, let me know with a (Confucius ), (Daoism), i.e., the work in parentheses after the work cited.
Note: Do not use any other sources other than these. Doing so will automatically give you an F.
Essay:
Explain Confucius’ ordering principle in society, in what way are all five relations related to one another.
Explain the concepts of Chih, Jen, and Yung.
Explain the concept of man-to-man-ness and its relationship to the Dao (way or bridge)
Give a brief overview of utilitarianism. In what ways do Confucianism differ from utilitarianism in terms of social relations and nature of the self and ethics?
The essay is double-spaced and to be submitted as a word document