Please answer the above. (I think it is orthodox.) Please provide references to support response.
1. Orthodox morality is that morality that is referred to the correct doctrinal observation of morality as determined by some overseeing body. This means a morality that adheres to the orthodox view of morality.
2. In a sense it means adherence to the correct belief or a set of rules as established by the authority.
3. It also means following the morality that has been evolved by consensus.
This supports the ability to connect with other people, to experience what others feel, to be able to envisage oneself as another and so experience kinship with others.
Progressive morality lies in acting on your understanding to guard others from harm ...
This explanation provides you a comprehensive argument relating to accountants' moral reasoning