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law and ethics ppt - -Attitudes towards smoking Law...

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What Is Law?
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Notions of Morality & Etiquette Are They Law?
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What Rules are Enforced?
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A Law Must Be Enforced; Otherwise What Is Its Meaning? Why am I here?
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A contract, will, corp charter, etc. have meaning because of enforceable rules.
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What Are Ethics? Richard M. Nixon
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Ethics is more likely to influence law than vice-versa Various Examples: -Slavery -Sexual Harassment -Attitudes towards drunk driving
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Unformatted text preview: -Attitudes towards smoking Law Affecting Ethics Two Examples:-Civil Rights Movement-Accessibility of abortion What is That? Bronze Writing Tool The First “books” – on papyrus Statue of Scribe Codes: A Collection of Laws into a single organic whole. Important Persons Common Law Overcoming Stare Decisis Getting Around Stare Decisis...
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