A Framework for Thinking Ethically

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Unformatted text preview: customers,
employees,
shareholders,
the
community,
and
the
environment.
Ethical
warfare
balances
the
 good
achieved
in
ending
terrorism
with
the
harm
done
to
all
parties
through
death,
injuries,
and
 destruction.
The
utilitarian
approach
deals
with
consequences;
it
tries
both
to
increase
the
good
done
and
 to
reduce
the
harm
done.
 
 The
Rights
Approach
 
 Other
philosophers
and
ethicists
suggest
that
the
ethical
action
is
the
one
that
best
protects
and
respects
 the
moral
rights
of
those
affected.
This
approach
starts
from
the
belief
that
humans
have
a
dignity
based
 on
their
human
nature
per
se
or
on
their
ability
to
choose
freely
what
they
do
with
their
lives.
On
the
 basis...
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This note was uploaded on 07/20/2010 for the course SOC 308 taught by Professor Kurtz during the Summer '07 term at University of Texas.

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