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October 21, 2009 Deontology v. Teleology Internal v. External Controls Safeguarding Ethical Autonomy The Design Approach Responsible Administrative Actions
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Quote of the Week For the things we have to learn before we can do them, we learn them by doing them. --Aristotle
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Quiz Scores 2.75-3 = A 2.25-2.5 = B 1.5-2 = C .75-1.25 = D Below .75 = F
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Reality Public Administrators are more likely to gravitate toward law and duty responses Aiken’s Stage Stewart Sprinthall Stage Ideally, we would hope for: Aiken Stage Stewart Sprinthall Stage
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The Difference? Deontological versus teleological ethics. Deontological: Teleological: In Administrative Ethics, Normative: Deontological Ethics Objective: Teleological Ethics
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Deontological Ethics Focus on Rules (e.g., external controls) are Focus on the ethical action or ethical duty to guide behavior, not
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Teleological Ethics Focus on Decisions are based on Utilitarianism— —drives behavior
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Criticisms Against Deontology : It’s nearly impossible to prove that a universal principle exists Against Teleology: Information costs are too high
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So?
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