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16 April, 18:49

Identify the moral perspective at work here:At the supermarket, Vickie just ran her cart into a display of jars with jams and preserves, and now the aisle is full of broken glass and jam. She feels like leaving the store as quickly as possible. Is that an acceptable course of action? Yes, it is. Look, so long as Vickie thinks it's OK to leave, she's right. I, however, think it would be wrong, so I'd have to stay and clean up the mess.

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  1. 16 April, 19:47
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    The perspective that is at work here is about personal responsibility.

    Explanation:

    The person that is responding here is saying that they would be well within their rights to leave even though the incident had been the fault of Vicky.

    This may not be true however.

    And it is not morally good to make the workers of the store clean up the mess the person has made on it.

    The person is asserting a good sense of morality but it is not enough to do so as there are certain grounds on morality that are common to all humans on the basis of which society functions and one is accountability of things one does wrong.
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