STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM 2 - Hypernorms The Hypernorm of...

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PHIL 305 EXAM 2 STUDY GUIDE Prof B. Tregenza IAN MAITLAND:584 Three wage & labor standards: Home-country, ‘Living Wage’, Classical Liberal 587 The Case against International Sweatshops: 588 1) Unconscionable Wages 2) Immiserization Thesis 3) Widening Gap Between the Rich and the Poor 4) Collusion with Repressive Governments Maitland’s response to each of the four charges RICHARD DEGEORGE: 463 Business ethics as applied ethics Basic norms of morality (p. 467) Background conditions or institutions Socially negative aspects of unrestrained capitalism History of capitalism in the United States Incipient or primitive or wild capitalism in Russia in 1991 CASE 3 pp. 471 -2 & De George’s conclusion DONALDSON & DUNFEE: 448 ISCT: Micro social contracts & a Macro social contract Moral free space 1
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Unformatted text preview: Hypernorms The Hypernorm of Efficiency THOMAS DONALDSON: “Values in Tension” 476 Ethical imperialism or absolutism Three problems with Ethical Imperialism Three Guiding Principles Why ‘Respect for Local Traditions” isn’t C ultural Relativism Core human values Conflict of Relative Development - example Conflict of Cultural Tradition – example Guidlelines for Ethical Leadership Moral imagination – example Levi Strauss & Co in Bangladesh JAMES RACHELS:438 Definition of Cultural Relativism The Cultural Differences Argument What are the Three Consequences of Taking Cultural Relativism Seriously? Customs May Differ while Values are the Same - example Why are do all societies share common moral rules? What can be Learned From Cultural Relativism? 2 3...
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