Truth is definitely relative to the surroundings in which it exists. For example, hundreds of years ago truth was that the world was flat and people based their whole ...
Is thuth absolute, or is it relative to knowledge, belief, people, places, and times?
Kantianism & Egoism: Applied Ethics in the Workplace
Kant said that the whole of ethics is contained in the simple obligation to treat all persons as inherently valuable in themselves (not merely for what we can get from them)--in other words, with respect for them as equal to ourselves in value, and more valuable than any objects such as money or power. Ethics is in this sense respect for persons as the only absolute value in the things of this world.
Using this principal as a working definition of morality, how far should management go in a company, which directs action, to teach or demand morality from employees? And should employees also demand morality from management?
Is morality (thus defined) in total contradiction to the popular Egoism of today's business environment--which says that everyone should seek only his or her own advantage, regardless of the concerns of others? How could these opposite principles be reconciled?
The Philosophy of Knowledge
Discuss philosophy of knowledge. At a minimum, discuss knowledge's nature, purpose, means of acquisition, as well as its application from a management standpoint. Include an action plan for acquiring and applying knowledge.View Full Posting Details