Analyze Personal Values Development examining your personal values, ground rules and/or ethics development. Focus on the developmental aspect rather than on a particular position on any issue. Defining what your values are; the sources (people, institutions, events, etc.) that helped shape your values, and the criteria and decis
1.As you read the articles and other information provided in Materials below, you will see that - the Industry Week article provides you with sufficient information on globalization to establish an opinion - The Wall Street Journal article serves as an example of an essay that is grounded in ethical thinking - the Altis cod
I need help & Advice to Complete the exercise below: Using the same Microsoft Word document write your entry for this unit's assignment. Your journal entry should record your reactions to Kant's ideas in Grounding of the Metaphysic of Morals. You journal should not exceed 600 words. Attached are the reading for this week
Hello, I need help to create a journal entry based pn the ideas of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Socrates: - summarize the ethical arguments presented by Socrates and Dr. King - explain what the arguments imply about each one's sense of ethical obligation - explain how the arguments are similar or different from each other
Hello. I have to create a journal entry on my ethical values. I really dont know how to do that. Your help will be much appreciated. The details of the instructions are as follows: Your journal is not meant to be a formal academic paper. It is intended to be more informal, and even, spontaneous. Almost anything that occurs to
Purpose: To think through and evaluate a past action in a personal situation involving an ethical dilemma. Format: Paper, double-spaced, APA format, 5 page minimum. Content: ? Narrative description of the situation, including details of issues, people involved, thought processes, and final decision made. You may change the
The solution is an extensive essay written in the APA format tackling the Philosophical issues & arguments for the purpose of putting together a paper on Values, Ethics, personal philosophy/belief systems and goals with the full details indicated below: _____________________________________________________________ PURPOSE:
The solution is aimed at providing guidance and direction to tackle the academic problem presented below: What recent developments in medicine and society drive the search for a more adequate definition of death? Distinguish the main alternatives available and explain the respective considerations used to support them. What
The solution is a sample powerpoint presentation to guide the student in presenting the topic, "What type of person should I be?" using the details indicated below: -------------------------------------------------------- Cover a topic mentioned above, as well as 3-4 principle issues within your topic. Develop your personal
Carl: I need help with a 100 word (or so) response to the following students statement. By far this is the most difficult discussion we have had to talk about especially in such an abstract way. In this scenario there are huge moral implications. We know that we have the ability to torture an innocent party to save a large a
The solution is a comprehensive guide tackling the work of Philosopher H.J. McCloskey providing an analysis of his 1968 article, "On Being an Athiest". The full details of the academic problem originally posted by the student is indicated below: --------------------------------------------------------------- I need some help i
The Academic Problem: Write about a contemporary problem where the status qou becomes a questions of what is acceptable and what is just. The Solution: A comprehensive essay tackling the debate on Death Penalty with the pros & cons weighed and criticisms as well as approval for its necessity also presented. Solution is wr
The solution provides a discussion on the historical development of both modern & traditional ethics and in the process relates the development of both ethical branches to each other.
The solution is is a guide in creating a powerpoint presentation on personal philosophy & moral obligation described below: ---------------------------------------------- The topic for this project is Moral Obligation. I need a PowerPoint® presentation that describes a personal viewpoint, as well as 3-4 related principle
Description: Professional Workplace Dilemma Paper Task: Submission of a 700 to 1,050-word paper analyzing a professional dilemma and values conflict that you experienced. APA format. Paper Guide - a. Describe the experience: 1) What was the ethical issue you experienced? 2) Who was involved?
Need help finding answer for questions. 1).What about Leibniz (407)? Did he believe in God or not? Was his belief (whether God exists) based on reason or faith? Explain. 2.)Thanks for this reasoned view of reasoned religious beliefs. It sounds a lot like Pascal's wager (p. 426), rather that real faith. According to the wa
I need some assistance to structure a code of ethics system of inquiry for a global, publicly shared, and organically structured company that manufactures software, ink, and printers. This is a company driven by the bottom-line and it's made up of about 1,500 employees distributed all over the world. This system of inquiry is t
I need help with a plan of action for hospitals, nurses and doctors involved in a natural disaster like Katrina. What are some steps that can be taken so one would not have to make the choice of ending the life of a critically ill patient? How about a taskforce that should be in place for every hospital, that is just one though
Just World, Individual Morality, Responsibility, Ethics of Interaction, Societal interdependence discusses to underscore the importance of acknowledging Relativism in Morality and Theory of Interdependence, Ethics of fairness in case of Victims of Injustice.
"Ethical failures are often symptomatic of management failures." Based on the above quote, I have to prepare 3 key points for a debate supporting the statement. Your input or suggestions regarding additional resources (websites) would be greatly appreciated.
I need help with the following project. Create a PowerPoint® presentation answering one of the following questions: Is a person more than a physical body? What is the mind? What is thought? As well, address 3-4 principle issues related to your chosen topic. I. Physical Body A. Spiritual being B. Distinct Perso
Need help so I can write an essay. 1. What was the ethical issue you experienced? 2. Who was involved? (Please use only first names or initials for the participants.) 3. What was the relationship of the other individual(s) to you? Analyze the ethical dilemma: 1. Was there a difference in power and autho
Compare utilitarian ethics with both Kant's ethics and Hume's view of ethics. I'm just looking for a way to go on this subject because I find both Kant's and Hume's view on ethic confusing.
What does it mean to say that something has value? It is a way of saying that it has worth. Something that is worthless has no value except perhaps in the negative. However, values differ according to the entities to which the values in question are attributed. For instance, the value of a pen is not the same as the value of
Can you help me with an example of (analyze concept of intrinsic and instrumental good); having a hard time with the concept (I-THOU) (I-IT).
Can someone help me with setting an ethical argument for the victim's family and the DA in the following situation? Joe drove the getaway car during a bank robbery in which a teller was killed. Joe was caught and sentenced to 25 years to life under California's "three strikes" law. Fifteen years into his sentence -- gaunt
Consider the moral ideals presented by the facts, the obligations of the parties to one another and consequences of alternative actions in reaching a determination. --------------- In an effort to reduce crime in their city, the citizens of a town in Michigan passed an ordinance that empowered police to impound and sell at
Our subject is The Enron Scandal which you can find on the following web page: http://www.scu.edu/ethics/publications/ethicalperspectives/enronlessons.html I need to answer the following question with 400 words: What ethical conflict was brought about in the conflict?
Please provide two examples of how this theory intersect with your personal values (two different hypothecial examples). Two good paragraphs should be sufficient. Please do not respond by copying or referring to a website example--instead the answer should be in plain simple terms. Thanks.
1. Is it morally preferable to be vegetarian than to eat meat, poultry, and eggs produced in factory farms? Do conditions in those farms impose a moral duty to adopt a vegetarian diet? Why or why not? 2. Are there any reasons why humans' interests should count more than the interests of non-human animals? If so, can we conclu