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    Importance of Point of View and Narration in Concepts of Literature Ethically responsible. Knowing the difference as to what is the honorable choice versus the substandard choice. Can we be held accountable for our actions towards one and other without a sense of what is morally acceptable in society? The literary pieces in discussed both pose the question to the reader as how they would handle the being responsible for a child’s demise or discovering a cryptic shrine from a grief ridden woman…

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    Normative Ethical Theories

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    answer the following two quiz questions given below. The first question is to compare and contrast the stakeholders and stockholder theories. The second is to define the different types of Normative Ethics Theories. 1. Compare and contrast stakeholder and stockholder theories. Discuss how each relates to ethics and regulation. There has been an ongoing debate on for answering the question, “for whose benefit and at whose coast the corporation should be managed?” (Saint & Tripathy). Therefore, to…

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    The Moral Quest Summary

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    As humans we are governed by a code of ethics even though sometimes we fail to acknowledge it. It is this innate reasoning that allows us to decide which road we all take in life; this can be seen as us doing things that are ethical in nature. The word ethics as viewed from a Christian perspective as defined by Grenz is “the study of how humans ought to live as informed by the bible and Christian convictions.” It is with this definition that we seek to understand how human beings should operate…

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    Four Types Of Relativism

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    Cultural relativism, descriptive ethical relativism, and normative relativism. There are many situations in which relativism and descriptive relativism, and normative relativism come into play. Some of the most popular topics for discussion concerning any type of relativism are mutilation of genitals, and which foods can and cannot be eaten, and how one should carry…

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    Honesty In Media

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    Ethics are defined as being, “rules of behavior or moral principles that guide our actions in given situations” (Baran, 2017, p. 351). In lame-men’s terms, ethics requires applying societal and personal norms to new and changing life circumstances, both professional and personal. Professionals in the media often have to make a decision whether or not their actions are ethical, especially when they are presented with a situation where there is not single “correct” answer. When seeking the most…

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    Pragmatism Over many centuries, ethics helped build the foundation of the laws we abide by today. Ethics are moral principles that control a person’s behavior/actions. Ethics is also known as moral philosophy, which is a branch of philosophy that rises up questions about morality. For instances, questions like is it good or bad, right or wrong, justice or crime. There are many types of ethics, one well-known type of ethic is normative ethics. Normative ethics is a type of ethics that looks in…

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    Prison Ethics

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    conduct scientific research on prison in mates spending life in prison. In the following examination I shall underline and point out justifiable evident the will support the stance on this issue, as well as evidents that oppose this issue. Virtue Ethics and Deontology well be used in support of the argument for this issue and consequentialism will be used as the apposed support or this issue. “An evil man does his duty because it coincides with his personal interests but a good man does his duty…

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    1. What is a typical pattern of reasoning in moral matters? Through dialogue in the Crito, Socrates outlined the process of addressing moral matters. First, decisions must be made through reasoning, and exempt of emotion (Cahn, 2013). Next, during the decision making process we must think for ourselves, therefore, we may not be able to appeal to popular beliefs or adhere to social norms. Finally, our decisions should not be morally wrong, regardless of outside influences or potential…

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    animals, define the ethical position of virtue ethics, and apply virtue ethics to argue against factory farming. Factory farming of animals is a major moral issue overlooked in our society. Virtue ethics puts importance upon character and virtue instead of duty or consequences. Virtue ethics is a normative ethical system that is a relevant argument in when looking at how factory farming is morally unethical. Factory farming of animals through virtue ethics is unjust and unmoral. Factory…

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    To discuss the solution to the dilemma presented in the case #4, let me first enumerate and explain the four levels of moral discourse. Based on Veatch (2007), the four levels of moral discourse are the cases, rules and rights (Codes of Ethics), normative ethics and metaethics. This four levels do not follow a particular sequence or pattern. Cases provides the initial pathway of action that is more ethical pathway but not all the time. Under the cases are the paradigm cases which a certain…

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