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Ethical Challenges Tingting Liu Ethics can be viewed as a subjective philosophy dealing with right and wrong or good and evil. Ethical implications of any activity are that the result be viewed with those ethical considerations in mind, for example, ethical implications of goodness. An ethical implication is that good people will do good deeds. For example, a boy will help an elderly lady cross the street even if he had no intention of crossing. The result may not be entirely satisfactory if the lady does not want to cross the street, but the intention of this boy is good and ethical. Moreover, good people will give up their seats on the bus or subway, hold doors open, and help those in need. All of these small things reveal the principle of ethical implications of goodness. The ethical implication of goodness is that you will encounter that rare good person who acts, as you do, in the interest of others. However, nowadays, the ethical implications of goodness have deviated from its ordinary wish. More and more people (especially the aged) have utilized this
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