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    Requirement I. Lesson 1, Point III. The Acceptance of Personal Responsibility - Jude 16-25 The reason I chose this point is because of the truth in it. Before a person is saved, he/she must, by the truth of the Word and the conviction of the Holy Spirit, realize and admit and take personal responsibility for their sin. This same personal responsibility continues throughout the Christian's life. We must take responsibility for our actions. In the same way, If we are to develop a walk with God…

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    Throughout the case, there was ethical reasoning and the Six Pillar of Character that can overall hence why Navistar and Deloitte acted upon with their decisions at the end. The Six Pillar of Characters include fairness, truth, responsibility, care, respectfulness, and citizenship. Out of these six pillars, Navistar throughout the case missed out in the importance of complying with responsibility and the overall trust. They violated these two specific pillars of the group of Six pillars of…

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    Ethical egoism states that one should do things that benefit in their own interest. Some key features of ethical egoism are ethical subjectivism, Naïve Ethical egoism, and enlightened ethical egoism. This theory claims that we should act from self-love. However, Egoists have different views about what is good for the individual depending on the situation. In “Don’t Help Me” Kevin is confused about what steps he should take to help his friend, so I am going to advise him based on ethical egoism…

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    Ethical Universalism

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    First, principle of universalism justifies the moral subprinciple of the voluntary association. A married couple forms a kind of volunteer group, like the football team example mentioned above, and the freedom component of universalism justified any rules or preferences set up between couples. Second…

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    between two contrasting options, which choice is difficult to make due to a conflict within the individual’s cognitive processes on what to do (Cambridge Dictionary, 2016). Hence, ethical dilemmas will always arise when the conflict at hand is based on moral principles that govern an individual’s behaviour i.e. choosing what would the right thing (doing good) or the wrong thing (causing harm) to do is in the present situation (Paul & Elder, 2006). Karen’s three “elements for existence of an…

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    Introduction What are the challenges to living an ethical life? This essay explores the answer to this question. But in order for one to explain the challenges of living an ethical life one must first describe what an ethical life is. It is important to understand that one does not have to strive to live an entire life with an ethical goal, for that makes it more difficult or challenging and less appealing to people, instead an ethical life should be one in which people occasionally attempt to…

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    1. INTRODUCTION The Rational Interaction and Moral Sensitivity model (RIMS), is a model which is used to help in making decisions between issues that may morally contradict each other particularly if the right choice is not so obvious. The aforementioned strategy has increasingly been used as a model strategy particularly when taking into consideration the various interests, conflicting or not, of all parties when solving various moral dilemmas. In the following essay the author shall thus…

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    leading the British during the Second World War during his term as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, inspiring them to strive for victory. However, not all of his actions were “ethically sound”, or morally good or correct, possessing and displaying moral virtue, as defined by the Oxford English Dictionary, even though his intentions were for the good of his people and country. Therefore, I agree with the quote and in this essay I will be evaluating the extent to which some of his decisions…

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    the years, many philosophers had come up with several ideas of ethical guidelines, including Utilitarianism, Kant’s Moral Theory, Virtue Ethics, and Moral Pluralism. As human cultures continued to evolve, so did the standard of ethics, giving philosophers harder time to “define” the right and wrong actions. When setting the criteria of right or wrong in daily lives, the theory of Moral Pluralism, which emphasizes on duty of a person to serve good, can…

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    Ethics as described by most scholars defines a field of philosophy that prescribes what is right or wrong in a given societal setting. It is mostly concerned with personal conviction on what is wrong or is acceptable by a society. Ethics therefore derives most of the principles from the law of morality. The role of ethics is therefore to sensitize, defend and promote the concept of right and wrong behavior in the society. In the conduct of normal business, there exists situations that are…

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