She intended to look better than David in the meeting, which tempted her to select the wrong decision. She made it clear by accepting her manager’s praise that she meant to do what she did thus impacting David’s decision making. He could have decided to make the situation right, however, he chose not to because he could tell by how she acted that she was intending to take credit for his ideas. If a person knows that another person is doing something wrong intentionally, it can change their decision making. If she would have given David praise for the ideas, he would have known she wasn’t intending to leave him out of the presentation.
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2.9.2. Plagiarism Plagiarism is considered as an educational misconduct that should be avoided by the researcher at the time of conducting the research for the reason that it would influence their overall research in a pessimistic manner. Furthermore, it is important from the prospect of researchers that he\she must avoid all sorts of activities that is consider as a plagiarism because this might help them to enhance the quality of their research to the utmost level (Kumar, 2010). Chapter 3: Key Themes and Literature 3.1.
If Owen knew about the decrease in value, he would accept the offer, but how will he find out if Luke doesn’t want to breach the information? In this case there is an issue between being honest to your company and being loyal to your brother. This case depicts an issue regarding Personal ethics, which are “principles that a person follows in order to uphold his/her morals,” (GENB4350 Online Lecture, Ethical Reasoning 1), because Luke might believe that it is right to tell his brother regardless if it is viewed as unethical. The reason this situation is an ethical issue is because Luke can betray the trust of his employers, while helping his brother make an easy decision, given the fact that he knows the value of his property will decline drastically in the near future. ETHICAL LENSES AND ANALYSIS In this meticulous case Luke can use two Ethical lenses that can help with his decision, the Utilitarianism and Universal Ethics (Categorical Imperative) approach.
Virtues usually help people do good, but when they do not help, people must violate them for the sake of the principle. Franklin would argue that virtues are not the core of morality, but, doing good is the core. Therefore, people must sometimes sacrifice their virtues if it is necessary to achieve morality. Franklin uses his guidelines in this flexible way because he is a reasonable and practical person. If Franklin strictly followed his guidelines all the time, it would be unproductive and inefficient.
Cultural relativists accept diversity and strive to study it while ethical relativists do not think that there is a universal right or wrong and see ethics as relative. Culture relativists may criticize ethical relativists because they are not able to be critical of what they believe is evil, as commented on in lecture. Ethical relativists believe that we should tolerate other cultures that may be perceived as inhuman and evil because these practices are relative. As said in lecture, to be a cultural relativist without being an ethical relativist would be by being aware and interested in learning about the various
I believe that if I stop and think about my decisions, I can act more morally while not in the throes of a panic attack. It will take patience and self discipline, but I must stop and think about decisions and following these guidelines in our textbook is a good place to
The interests of these individuals as well as the value of their life are viewed as being inherently less important than the interests and lives of the reference group. From a liberal standpoint (and the standpoint of many non-liberals as well), it is important that every individual has the right to equal existence amongst their fellow human beings. Therefore, Altman’s justification for regulation of hate speech appeals to an intrinsically valuable liberal belief. Altman’s prescription not only appeals to the concerns ... ... middle of paper ... ...ing its targets down, therefore people must learn to successfully overcome the feelings that it intends to induce. Like Rauch says, people must not try to eradicate hate speech, rather criticize and try to correct it.
Having conflicting values does not mean that a counselor can’t work with a client it just means they will must proceed with caution. It is ok for the client to have a different value system and still work with them successfully. Before a counselor decides to refer a client to another professional they should first exhaust all options even if it means consulting with supervisor. According to Corey working within the framework of a client’s value system is what counseling is about, and will it be beneficial for the counselor. A Counselor may have their own belief system and can find that they are in conflict because of their own bias and values.
Antigone had told him that she believed that what she did was morally correct in her eyes. The two should have respected one another’s viewpoints and come to an agreement on a punishment that would have been more fair. Creon should have also listened to his son’s judgement instead of just his own. His son wanted Antigone to be respected and treated more fairly. King Creon was so blinded by his power and his own ideas that he had forgotten how to listen to others and value outside opinions.