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12 Nov deontology

A forward-looking bottom-up approach to decision-making that chains forward, evaluating each step against available information (about rules of responsibility) ignoring possible distant consequences or end results. From the Free Dictionary by Farlex:

deontology [ˌdiːɒnˈtɒlədʒɪ]
(Philosophy) the branch of ethics dealing with duty, moral obligation, and moral commitment
[from Greek deon duty (see deontic) + -logy]

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