External link to Personal Values
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Examine principle ethical theories to gain understanding for how principle ethical theories impact ethical decision-making. Explore ways of how to demonstrate humility and a willingness to examine your own behavior, biases, attitudes, and perspectives, cultivate a desire to allow Scripture to shape one’s decisions in life, work, and society, and practice the ability to engage in skillful and winsome dialogue on ethical issues.Assignment InstructionsIdentify your […]
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Use evidence (quoted and paraphrased) from Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird and your comprehensive understanding of morals and ethics to respond to the following discussion question in 250-300 words: What lesson(s) does To Kill A Mockingbird teach its readers about the effects of one’s morals and ethics?
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Criticisms leveled against Ethical Theories 1. Criticisms leveled against Consequentialism. Consequentialism is based on the consequences of actions. It is sometimes called a teleological theory, from the Greek word telos, meaning goal. According to consequentialism, actions are right or wrong depending on whether their consequences further the goal. The goal (or, “the good”) can be something like the happiness of all people or the spreading […]
Administrative Ethics Paper HCS/335 December 19, 2011 Administrative Ethics Paper There are many factors that are affecting our everyday lives but none as important as the ethics of healthcare. Healthcare is one of the largest personal care services provided in our civilization today. In order to provide this type of care adequate and qualified personnel must have access to personal information both medical and at […]