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When evaluating whether something is right or wrong should be evaluated from an ethical point of view. One problem does present itself: An ethical point of view can differ from person-to- person. Christensen & Boneck [CITATION Chr11 \n \t \l 1033 ] understood there are situations in business where right-versus-right problems exist. Further analysis is needed as one factors in personal values, professional responsibilities as well as moral temptations. Many factors are incorporated when attempting to convince people who disagree with one about what is right. Let’s explore a few below: Two important factors that are interrelated are when attempting to convince people who disagree with you about what is right are: Logic and rationale. According to dictionary.com, logic is convincing forcefulness; inexorable truth or persuasiveness. Rationale is a statement of reasons or a reason exposition of people principles. Sometimes convincing people about what is right is based upon what makes the most sense i.e., common sense.
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  • Spring '12
  • JesseBarnes
  • Ethics , Vernacular Architecture

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