Imagine that hard determinism is true. Would there be any justification for punishment? Why or why not?
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?
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.
I need help with a case study of ethical dilemma of single parents versus two parent families in the workplace. What would the root problem be?
Outline conditions used to justify whistle-blowing.
If your organization has an existing Code of Ethics, obtain a copy and be prepared to discuss it in this week. If it doesn't, use one from another organization. This code of ethics will be used as the basis for the System of Inquiry assignment. b. Develop a system of inquiry to be used in evaluating decision-making, proble
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
Could you please help me with this paper, I have included my outline. Thank You! (http://www.aarp.org/issues/dividedwefail/about_issues/the_quiet_health_insurance_crisis_of_rising_costs.html) Current Ethical Issue in Business Paper Research an article on an issue that deals with business ethics: (http://www.aarp.org/issu
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?
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
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
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
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!
1. What is the difference between personal and organizational ethics? How do they relate? Can personal ethics conflict with the culture of an organization? Explain. What are the benefits of an organization that chooses to incorporate ethical training into its culture? 2. How do ethics become ground rules for individual and g
Ethical theories can be divided into the following two groups: teleological (consequential) and deontological (non-consequential). First, discuss what teleological ethical theories and deontological theories of ethics are, comparing the two. Next, give examples of how ethical conduct would be analyzed according to each of these
An analysis od truth telling and deception in the medical field using ethical and moral theories.
Part A 1. In the aftermath of the recent global economic recession many technology companies are finding it difficult to make a profit or even survive. Given the difficult economic conditions, according to Kant's theory, would these businesses be morally justified in using any tactics to gain advantage over their competit
Richard A. Posner argues that nonhuman animals have no basic rights while Peter Singer argues the opposing side. How can these two arguments be compared with their opposite points of view?
Which ethical theory is most "natural"? That is, which theory requires the least alteration of our natural inclinations in order for us to live ethically, and explain why this is valid.
What is A. J. Ayer's key argument against ethical objectivism? Support the response.
Your primary objective is to analyze and interpret an ethics' case study and apply critical thinking to best interpret main case issues, and their resolution in light of the facts provided. Please, follow the next instructions: 1. Quickly read the case. Get a feel for the content and the information that needs to be analyzed. Fo
Please assist: Your primary objective is to analyze and interpret an ethics' case study and apply critical thinking to best interpret main case issues, and their resolution in light of the facts provided. Please, follow the next instructions: 1. Quickly read the case. Get a feel for the content and the information that needs
What are the dangers of supposing that there is a special "ethics for women"?
Some virtue theorists maintain that the development of virtuous character requires the right sort of society and culture. What are the arguments for and against that claim?
What is the veil of ignorance? What role does it play in Rawls' theory?
I need assistance in developing an introductory paragraph with a succinct thesis statement for a reflective paper on the social, personal and professional issues confronting people today involved in the reunification of the family. The topic is the ethical struggle of the CASA (court appointed special advocate) volunteer, case
"Paying a large tip to secure a better table in a restaurant is the same as offering a bribe in business to secure a contract." Defend or oppose this statement. How is your response to this assignment consistent with the moral philosophy you described in the Unit 1(**GOLDEN RULE)? Explain. If it is not consistent with that philo
1. Is lying always wrong? 2. How do you judge whether an act of lying is ethical or unethical? *****in your own original words, please provide support and explanation for statements and opinions.******
Hello. I need help in understanding the following concepts - deontology and teleology. Most of all, I really need assistance in writring a paper comparing the two folowing the problem below - Ethical theories can be divided into the following two groups: teleological and deontological. First, discuss what teleological ethical
Write a minimum 5 pages reflection of "What is right and wrong?" and "What is Truth?" This video forum reflection should explore the ethical, scientific, historic and socio-cultural dimensions of the video. What position do you hold regarding those two questions? Do you agree or disagree with the positions stated in the video