In respect of Teleological ethics, because the end outcome forthe population at large, the environment and our future will be judged againstthe decisions that pioneers take today, the ends can be judged rather than themeans. The acts and the decisions that they take today will have a huge effecton the way we live and lead our lives in the future. Pioneers are always judgedby society at large with some degree of scepticism, lawyers and politiciansalways weigh in on the ‘impossible’ and the risks in any such move but ifpioneers were never let to develop, where would we be today? It is a fact thata number of things have had to go through this path of emotional and factualchallenge by sceptics and competitors alike. Therewill always be vested interest by various stakeholders when dramatic changetakes place in society. The favourableness of the outcome, rather thanthe means by which it is achieved should be judged, this is the notion ofDeonotological ethics. Morality may be absolute as by general adoption itcan be a net benefit to society.
Against that one can argue that ethicsin a situational sense come under great scrutiny so one has to look beyond thatand consider what is the value of the pioneering efforts today on tomorrow’s society, knowing thatstrong challenge will pave the way.