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  • Ethics Dr. Emeric Solymossy
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  • Socrates, in Platos Symposium
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  • The Judge From the Gutenberg Collection
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  • What is virtue 1.How do you know what is good and right? 2.How do you acquire knowledge? 3.Can virtue (ethics) be taught? Can you tell me, Socrates, whether virtue is acquired by teaching or by practice, or if neither, then whether it comes to man by nature, or in what other way? I do not even know what virtue is, much less how it is acquired. (Plato Dialogues)
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  • X Critical Thinking Information Analysis Evaluation Time Frame absolute Relative Philosophical framework TeleologyDeontologyVirtue Cognitive Dissonance Principal Stakeholders ConventionalPrinciplesCareEthics Tests JusticeRightsUtilitarianVirtue BEHAVIOR Rationalization (Justification) Core Values
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  • The Pyramid of Social Responsibility Source: Carroll, The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibility, reprinted from Business Horizons (July/August 1991), pg. 39-48 Copyright Houghton Mifflin Company
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  • 1.Standard [How we should behave [Measure of character [More than what you must do [Sometimes, not doing what you want to 2.Exercise in self-control [Commitment to do what is right, good, and proper
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  • Ethical Philosophies 1.Utilitarianism (Bentham & Mills) [Ethics of consequences 2.Deontology (Kant) [Ethics of Duty (Ethical laws) Principles willed into Universal laws Treat people as ends (not means) 3.Virtues (Aristotle) [Ethics of Character
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  • Integrity Honesty Promise- keeping Fidelity FairnessCaring for Others Respecting Others Responsible Citizenship AccountabilityOpenness ExperiencesFamilyAssociations FaithSelf-ConceptBackground Pursuit of Excellence Books
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