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Ethical Middle Ground

In studying the subjects of morality and ethics, we often found that philosophies at both extremes were described. Often we settled on middle ground. Would people think this is a compromise? Is it just giving in and taking the easy way down the center? Explain your thoughts and ideas briefly on this topic.

What is a Meaningful Life? Controversial Rights?

Journal: Meaningful Life What do you think is the key feature of a good life? Do you think a good life should be measured on a daily basis, or at the end of your life? What difference would this make? Journal: Rights Choose one controversial right you think people have a right to. Explain why they have this right. * W

Thought Patterns: a question of gender?

Thought Patterns: a question of gender? Psychologists tell us that stress affects women and men differently because they do not think alike. Women tend to develop psychological problems such as depression, memory lapse, and headaches. Men, on the other hand, are more prone to develop high blood pressure, heart conditions, and

Safety in the Work Place

Safety standards in the meatpacking industry commands attention these days. Machines and assembly (or de-assembly I suppose) lines move faster and faster, posing ever greater risk to life, limb, or digit. With greater number of immigrant and undocumented workers laboring in the industry, concerns about safety loom larger. Let

Affirmative Action

Please assist in answering the following question in regard to the New Haven Firefighters Affirmative Action case. I am less interested in the legal aspects, focus for me on you view regarding normative ethics and your personal managerial thoughts on the matter From a managerial perspective: Did the city of New Haven act reaso

Moral/Social/Political Philosophy

Compare and contrast elements from the fields of moral, social, and political philosophy. Answer the following questions in the Document: o What do these fields have in common, if anything? How are they different? o How do you believe the questions they pose figure into a consideration of modern life? o Is

What does ethics mean to you?

Consider the following questions when writing your paper. The responses to these questions should find mention, not necessarily in this order, but somewhere in your reflection paper. ? What does ethics mean to you? ? What are some of the tools of critical thinking for ethics? Have you ever used these? How? ? Describe some d

Are human beings good, bad, or a combination of both?

Are human beings good, bad, or a combination of both? Give reasons for your answer. Do you feel that living morally is a natural and easy process, or a hard and arduous task? Answer the above questions in terms of the following: Present your opinion. Establish a position while referring to ideas and arguments from belief sys

Religion as source of Morality

"True religion-that is based on infallible and authentic divine revelation-is and should be the fundamental source of morality. WHY? this is the link of the book:

Code of ethics

What system of ethics is used for the American Nurses Association's Code of Ethics for Nurses?

Ethics Awareness Inventory

· Interpret your results and apply them to your personal and professional development. · Include a statement explaining how your educational experience has affected your ethical thinking. This analysis must address your use of ethics in thinking and decision-making and your potential for conflic

Workplace Ethical Dilemma

Describe an ethical dilemma that you might face in your current or chosen workplace. Using the "Elements of Ethical Reasoning" on page 14 of The Miniature Guide... in this week's reading list, describe this dilemma from the perspective of four of the eight "Elements of Ethical Reasoning". You must include the "question at issue"

Code of Ethics- Discussion Questions

Looking for an OTA knowledgeable in this area of expertise. Important note: Please answer the following question writing between 200 to 300 words to each questions. 1. Why is the reaction to a personal code of ethics from fellow employees important to the individual and to the organization? 2. How are issues resolved

Media Influence on Ethics.

I need help writing a comprehensive paper on the impact the media has on the ethics of individuals, business and government. The paper should specifically address whether the news media is objective or whether they promote a specific economical or political agenda, citing specific examples. Additionally, the paper should addres

Ethical Theories

I need ideas to get started....please provide references. ASSIGNMENT 1. Research and write a paper which explains the full concept of the following ethical theory: Divine Command Theory. 2. A background discussion of the leading advocates of the Divine Command Theory. 3. Indicate what portions of the theory you ag

Ethical Relativism

I just need some help getting started and organizing my thoughts...... MAIN POINTS 1. Research several articles on the concept of Ethical Relativism and write paper which comprehensively explains both the basic concept and its cultural implications. 2. After summarizing the concepts in detail, present the arguments in


Many cultures practice polygamy. Muslims may have four wives under Koranic law; the King of Ashanti in West Africa is strictly limited by law to 3,333 wives. Polygamy is not adultery. Neither of these cultures sanctions extramarital sex. Is polygamy immoral? Why or why not?


Imagine that hard determinism is true. Would there be any justification for punishment? Why or why not?

Discussion Questions

Looking for an OTA knowledgeable in this area of expertise. 1. What is the relationship between values and personal behavior? 2. How do ethics affect the managerial decision-making process? 3. How do individual ground rules for behavior influence group rules of behavior?

Pro and cons of ethical theories

Give pro/con/neutral characteristics of the three basic types of ethical theories or conceptual models: ?Consequentialism (Egoism or Utilitarianism), ?Rights theory (Kantian moral imperative and Social Contract theory), ?Virtue or Human Nature potentials theory. I need help grasping these theories.

Ethics in Management (Corporate Revitalization Paper )

Could you please help me with this assignment? Thank You! "Six Stages of Moral Reasoning" I have attached the 6 stages. Corporate Revitalization Paper a. If your organization has an existing code of ethics, obtain a copy, and use it as the basis of the code you develop in the next paragraph. If it does not, use one from a

Current Ethical Issue in Business Paper

Could you please help me with this paper, I have included my outline. Thank You! ( Current Ethical Issue in Business Paper Research an article on an issue that deals with business ethics: (

Group Ethics

1. How might individual and group ethics/ground rules differ? What are some examples? How does an individual deal with living under two or more conflicting value systems? How should values and behavior at personal and professional levels differ, and how should they be similar?

Philosophy 323 Ethics in Management

Could you please help me with these 2 questions I am having a hard time with this course? I have attached the 3 Lectures. 1. Three lectures have emphasized three different theories of ethics. Briefly, with which are you most comfortable and why? 2. A major car manufacturer has decided to shut down one of its plants in a

Philosophy 323: Ethics in Management

QUESTION #1: If you always act to promote your own happiness, what ethical worth is added by the utilitarian who states that you should? (I urge you to read the lecture this week before answering the question--creating the "greatest good for the greatest number of people" does not enter into the answer.) QUESTION # 2: What

When is one acting ethically?

Philosophy Ethics In Management Could you please help me with this question and summary? Regarding Kantian view Which of these three would be acting in a moral way according to the Kantians? Kantian view: Tom, Dick, and Harry each visits a sick relative in a nursing home. The results are the same, and the relative is g

Philosophy Ethics In Management

Need help with these 2 Questions and I also need to make a summary. 1.Why do I say that the statement "all robins' eggs are blue" is only probable and not certain knowledge? 2.Should one's motives count more than the results of one's actions? Please see atttachment. Thank you!