Ethics of Photography and ChatGPT

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I am still exploring ChatGPT’s capabilities, and this is an interesting thread. I asked several related questions, and what follows is a consolidated set of answers from ChatGPT model 4, unedited. It is easy to see that with some very quick edits, this makes an interesting summary fro further research. First, the questions: Q: Consider these ways of describing a ‘good …

What is ‘Good’?

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Sir William David Ross (1877 – 1971) was a Scottish philosopher who is known for his translations of Aristotle and his work in ethics. He developed a pluralist, intuitionist ethics, noting that actions are right or wrong against a series of intuitive principles rather than consequences. This was in opposition to G. E. Moore’s influential consequentialist intuitionism, where the likely results drove …