BMGT SECOND ASSIGNMENT

BMGT SECOND ASSIGNMENT - Ruolin Zhang William K. Goree BMGT...

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Ruolin Zhang Zhang 1 William K. Goree BMGT 2700-002 September 9, 2009 Assignment of chapter two Question 1u Explain how model of reasoning/thinking “rights talk” illustrates a person who refuses to change their viewpoint that a stereotypical mascot should be changed even if it harms the group it is depicting. Answer: From the book we can see that “rights talk” is that people say that they have the “right to do and live as they choose,” and any attempt to place limits around that statement is seen as a “slippery slope,” a dangerous assault on freedom that will result in repression. The reason of rights talk is one of the chief ways in which our sense of community has been annihilated is via the courts and their overbroad interpretation of rights, which has then carried over into our political discourse to create a kind of absolutist vision of rights. And the consequences of the “rights talk” is not only does each of these traits make it difficult to give voice to common sense or moral
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2010 for the course BMGT 2700 taught by Professor Williamgoree during the Fall '09 term at Toledo.

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