week 2 final project checkpoint

week 2 final project checkpoint - All the questions listed...

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All the questions listed in appendix A are great and very tough to answer; I will try to tackle the question that asks “when one selects a particular professional life, does that also give one a certain set of moral obligations? Be specific to your potential career field in considering three to four issues and three to four personal views.” Moral obligations seem to exist in everyday life and every choice that human beings make. Ethics or being true to yourself and others is a serious issue amongst people; can you trust yourself, can you trust your neighbor, who can we trust in everyday life? I will be trying to specify on the occupation of accounting. Accountants have to run businesses books, set up financial reports, maintain all revenues and receipts and to make sure they all balance, set projections for future years, and many more details. We all put our money into the hands of accountants to do the right thing, but would a
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course PHIL 105 taught by Professor Svatos during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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