Mathematical Models in Ethical Decision-Making: Bridging Quantitative Analysis in Moral Complexity
Author(s):
Aarav Mittal
Keywords:
Ethical Decision-Making, Mathematical Models, Moral Complexity, Quantitative Analysis, Philosophical Integration, Hybrid Framework, Interdisciplinary Approach, Empirical Validation
Abstract
This paper explores the application and limitations of mathematical models in ethical decision-making, with a novel emphasis on integrating these models with complex moral theories. Recognizing the often reductionist nature of quantitative analysis in capturing the nuances of ethical dilemmas, the study proposes an innovative framework that synergizes mathematical precision with the depth of ethical reasoning. By examining case studies and proposing a hybrid model, this research aims to demonstrate how mathematical models can be enriched by incorporating elements of moral philosophy, thereby offering a more holistic approach to ethical decision-making.
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Unique Paper ID: 162166

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 8

Page(s): 207 - 220
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