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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/4/11 The Parable Of the Sadhu Presented By: Hitesh Kumar Kyal Karan Madhvi Marathe Sachin Goyal Aashay Samant Section C –
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3/4/11 Ø While traveling in the Himalayas, the author of "The Parable of the Sadhu," the businessman Bohen McCoy, encountered a holy man, a known as a sadhu. Ø The man was apparently coming back after making a pilgrimage. The sadhu wore no shoes, and was naked. Ø Despite the sadhu's evident distress, only one member of McCoy's climbing expedition, an anthropologist named Stephen, moved to aid the sadhu by giving him clothing. Ø A few Japanese climbers from another expedition attempted to help the man but no one really made effectual efforts to ensure the The Story
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3/4/11 KEY POINTS 1) Three Dimensions of Ethical Thinking: Situational Contextual Cultural 2) Major Principles: The Common Good over Self-Interest Social Justice 3) Personal Definition of Ethics
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3/4/11 Here author reiterates the question that must plague every
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