When making ethical decisions, the one consideration that a theory favors over all other considerations is called the Fundamental Moral Unit. Western philosophy identifies the individual as the FMU; feminist theories tend to use relationship and maintaining the connections among people; Eastern and indigenous theories put natural or spiritual systems as the core to be maintained.
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