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  • The Dilemma

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    The Dilemma Why do we try to face our problems? I believe that we face our problems to make ourselves stronger in a way. Because without facing your problems how could you excel? Some people find it easy to run away from their problems but in some cases this only might make situations worse. And in some cases people take the best with what they have and make it work. A common reason why someone might not have the motivation to strive towards their goals is because they might not have the support

  • Ethical Dilemma

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    dismissal. Legal issues are not the case for the client; he would rather have a male in charge of his account. After finding out about the client’s rea... ... middle of paper ... ... The argument on whether or not to replace Jane is an ethical dilemma. If she is replaced; the firm is making an illegal decision. If she stays on the job, the firm could lose money, which is an important element for the firm’s success. The firm’s best option is to obey the law by avoiding discrimination. Jane has

  • An Ethical Dilemma

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    In the story, Bowen was a participant in a sabbatical program for Morgan Stanley, where he spent sixty days climbing the icy and dangerous Himalayas in Nepal. He set out for this journey with his friend Stephen, who was an Anthropologist, their porters and some Sherpas. During their hike, Bowen & Stephen encountered a New Zealander who had with him a barefoot, barely clothed, Indian man who happened to be a Sadhu, who at the moment was exhausted and hypothermic. The New Zealander was on a mission

  • Ethical Dilemma

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    An ethical dilemma is a complicated situation that involves an evident conflict between moral rules, in which to obey one would result in disobeying another. Sometimes called ethical paradoxes in moral philosophy, ethical dilemmas are often invoked in an attempt to contradict an ethical system or moral code, or to improve it so as to resolve the paradox. For instance, you are the network superintendent for a company. You need your job to support your family. As part of your responsibility as a network

  • Euthyphro Dilemma

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    pious being loved by the gods because it is pious, or is it pious because it is loved by the gods?” – Known as the Euthyphro dilemma. It is termed “dilemma” because the question makes you choose between two options, both of which are unfavorable to theism. Either God is not good or God is not sovereign. I will discuss in more detail what the first and second horns of the dilemma mean. Then I will discuss the weaknesses of each. Finally I will explain why the first horn is the better of the two options

  • The Puritan Dilemma

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    The Puritan Dilemma I. Subject. This book is a short biography about John Winthrop. In this book Morgan outlines how Winthrop struggled with the dilemma, first internally, as he dealt with the question of whether traveling to the New World represented a selfish form of separatism, the desire to separate himself from an impure England, or whether, as he eventually determined, it offered a unique opportunity to set an example for all men by establishing a shining city upon a hill, a purer

  • The Harm Dilemma

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    Anthropologists face ethical decisions every day, in which they must balance the often competing interests of their obligations against the demands that are placed upon them. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines ethical behaviour as “conforming to accepted standards of conduct”. For Anthropologists, the ethical risks faced in fieldwork are defined by their ethical obligations. This paper will discuss, in a limited scope, both the ethical risks of fieldwork and the obligations of an anthropologist

  • A Domestic Dilemma

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    McCullers takes the reader on a journey into the lives of a family plagued by alcoholism in "A Domestic Dilemma". The realism of the story is astounding, as most people will often find themselves torn when facing difficult family decisions. The Meadows’ family is torn by both compassion and suffering, and Martin Meadows is faced with one of the most difficult decisions of his life. In A Domestic Dilemma, the author conveys the idea that individuals facing difficult decisions in marital relationships must

  • Omelas Dilemmas

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    In life everyone experiences dilemmas that may cause making a decision either a good one or a terrible one. When making the final decision and you notice that you have made a bad one you go back and realize that you wish you had chosen the other option. Then there are other instances of dilemmas that involve the opponent not wanting to choose either of the options. As a result it causes one to be in a troubled situation. In relation to “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” by Ursula LeGuin there

  • Dealing with Dilemmas

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    Dilemmas are inevitable; one deals with them everyday. Some are miniscule and insignificant while others can be mountainous and life-changing. However, whatever the nature of the predicament, the individual faced with it will always find himself inescapably caught in a circumstance of conflict. The different approaches one can take to resolve this conflict will ultimately determine the direction one’s life will take. Occasionally, these results can even affect the lives of the people around oneself