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Ethics Study Guide

Ethics Study Guide - Ethics Study Guide Exam Two I Business...

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Ethics Study Guide: Exam Two I. Business Ethics 8 Basic Principles i. accurate measures/weights ii. monetary deception iii. verbal deception iv. stealing a person’s mind v. stumbling block before the blind vi. tax evasion vii. halahkah viii. jews in non-jewish society advertising and marketing i. personal information is confidential pricing i. essential goods should be at the lowest possible price Salesmeanship i. Disclosure obligations of both buyers and sellers II. Social Ethics The individual: i. Self comes first, Jewishness second (self; self/G-d, self/Israel/G-d) ii. Yetzer ha-ra and ha-tov 1. Combat ha-ra with Torah, good deeds, repentence iii. Body Adornment/Tattooing 1. Peiercing: modesty and health concerns 2. Tattoos prohibited, unless medical or forced Environment i. Nothing created in vain (Talmud) 1. Everything has a divine purpose ii. Interest in maintainging natural order of the universe iii. Bal Tashchit – not wantonly destroy iv. Yishuv ha-aretz – settling of the land 1.
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