So I came into the philosophical forum expecting to see some threads relating to bare bones ethical philosophy rather than what to do in said situation and I see none. This may have been done before, but I hope this is a completely take on it. So as the title says what ethical theory is the most correct and logical? There are many reasonings for nearly every single ethical theory's superiority but what makes the one that you agree with more correct. It is more applicable to everyday life and will lead to greater happiness or is just correct because of the intentions behind it. Alright I have already alluded some theories for those who are not familiar with ethical theories I will make a list of a few that will probably end up being the center of this discussion/argument. The above quote is all directly from Wikipedia, however I went over each definition to make sure that it made sense and was accurate. If anyone else feels strongly about another ethical theory post it up and we can discuss it. Now I say begin the debate, if any of these theories strikes you as brilliant and right or ludicrous and wrong, post away and hopefully an engaging discussion will ensue.