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    Question : (TCO 5) Intrinsic value arises from: Points Received: 5 of 5 8. Question : (TCO 5) The best companies to work for: Points Received: 5 of 5 9. Question : (TCO 5) Customer convenience stems from: Points Received: 5 of 5 10. Question : (TCO 4) Communication effectiveness is NOT best achieved when the message is: Points Received: 5 of 5 11. Question : (TCO 9) Excellent organizations are: Points Received: 5 of 5 12. Question : (TCO 8) Behavior is: Points Received: 5 of 5 13. Question : (TCO 8) One problem with not seeing the person you are talking to is: Points Received: 5 of 5 14. Question : (TCO 9) How far from your mouth should the telephone mouthpiece be? Points Received: 5 of 5 15. Question : (TCO 8) To end a call: Points Received: 5 of 5 16. Question : (TCO 10) Customer dissatisfaction with a firm's phone call handling stems from: Points Received: 5 of 5 17. Question : (TCO 10) Open communication occurs best when: Points Received: 5 of 5 18. Question : (TCO 10) Feedback is a form of: Points Received: 5 of 5 19. Question : (TCO 10) Which of the following strategies is NOT a great method of soliciting feedback? Points Received: 5 of 5…

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    Intrinsic Value Essay

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    Intrinsic Value SUMMARY SECTION Intrinsic Value, also known as fundamental Value, is the investor’s perception of the actual value of a company or asset. The intrinsic value may or may not be equal to the current market value of an asset. It is used by investors who want to buy stock and other assets at a discount. ARTICLE TITLE: INTRINSIC VALUE CONTENT Intrinsic Value An Intrinsic Value is the value of a company, stock, dividends or assets with less focus on the market price. It is the…

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    Meaning the rightness and wrongness of an action is determined by the consequences once again. Rather than appealing to the utility, and overall positive value, RC follows the rules of an ideal moral code. The ideal moral code is not a list of rules that an individual should or should not do, but an idealistic moral code. For example, if you make a promise the right thing to do is keep your promise. In an idealistic world, we would always follow that moral code. For RC, the rightness and…

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    Often, many companies attempt to unlock the true value of globalization but struggle because they are unaware of what it really means. In an article, globalization is explained as it pertains to companies, “According to the study, as companies expand around the world, creating the capabilities to ensure that existing and new investments are holistically and continuously optimized is crucial for unlocking the true value of globalization.” (“Unlocking the Value of Globalization,” 2005). Applying…

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    extract resources from is not acceptable to me. While the homo-centrism promotes the greatest good for the society, it also does not take the “ecological externalities” into account. Eco-centric ethics, which I have once considered it as my environmental ethic, also addresses the critiques on egocentric and homocentric ethics. Eco-centric ethics are so ideal that they are based on the connectivity between species and promote equality among everything on earth (RE,78). However, the holistic…

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    Taylor brings up arguments in order to defend his biocentric view. He defends and stands for this biocentric environmental ethics rather than the usually accepted anthropocentric view. Biocentric is regarding and putting all living species in the same moral ground while anthropocentric means that we value and place humans in a higher moral stance above everything else. Taylor makes arguments by comparing humans to other species and highlighting our likenesses to them, describes how we are all…

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    finally provide a critique of the conditions of the argument. Nozick introduces his readers to the ‘Experience Machine’ by describing the elements such a machine that could “stimulate your brain so that you would think and feel you were writing a great novel, or making a friend, or reading an interesting book” (292). Nozick also believes that if pleasure were the only intrinsic value, people would have an overriding reason to be hooked up to an "experience machine," which would produce…

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    Act Utilitarianism

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    A term that Kant uses to help define when an action is morally acceptable is maxim, which is “the principle of an action you give yourself when you are about to do something.” (Shafer-Landau. 2014. pg162). Which describes what you are about to do, and why you are going to do. The only thing according to Kant that has intrinsic value would be the goodwill. He believes that the good will is the only good without restrictions. The goodwill is characterized to be “good-in-itself.” He establishes…

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    the only thing desirable, as an end.” (CW 10, 234) On the other hand, he defines utilitarianism as a moral theory according to which “actions are right in proportion as they tend to promote happiness…” (CW 10, 210). Utilitarians are, for him, consequentialists who believe that pleasure is the only intrinsic value. Mill counts as one of the great classics of utilitarian thought; bu this moral theory deviates from what many contemporary philosophers consider core features of utilitarianism. This…

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    which he receives from another. Likewise, in a friendship of pleasure the object of pleasure is what is pleasant to man. The person is not loved but rather the pleasure he gives. “And thus these friendships are only incidental; for it is not being the man he is that the loved person is loved, but as providing some good or pleasure”(1156a.18-20). The purpose for which these types of friendships exist is in the thing that is useful or the feeling that is enjoyable. The object of love in a…

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