Week 8 Checkpoint- Final Project Outline and Speaker's Notes

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Running head: FINAL PROJECT OUTLINE AND SPEAKER'S NOTES 1 Final Project Outline and Speaker's Notes Stephen D, James PHI/105 Geth Allison April 6, 2011 University of Phoenix (Axia College)
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FINAL PROJECT OUTLINE AND SPEAKER'S NOTES 2 Final Project Outline and Speaker's Notes Final Project Topic: When one selects a particular professional life, does that also give ne a certain set of moral obligations? I. Title – Moral Obligations: Moral Obligations in One’s Life II. Introduction-Moral Obligations of an Accountant 1. Lack of Moral-Obligations cause Harm 2. Personal Views of Moral Obligation 3. Plat0, Aristotle, & Siddhartha Gautama III. Moral 1. Rules of Behavior 2. Right and Wrong 3. Moral Law Giver 4. Kant IV. 1. Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Reasoning 2. How Morality Affects After Death 3. Siddhartha Gautama Reasoning's V. Logos 1. "Men Have no Comprehension of the Logos" 2. "All things occur as a result of the Logos" 3. "All things are one thing" VI. Moral Standards 1. Whom Determines Moral Standards
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FINAL PROJECT OUTLINE AND SPEAKER'S NOTES 3 a) Culture b) Religion 2. Moral Obligations for Different Professions VII. 1. Reasoning and Logic 2. One’s Upraising 3. Emotions 4. Employer’s Morality VIII. Professionals that are Morally Unfit to Control Others’ Finances 1. Morality Standards for Accountants 2. 3. Do to Others, What You Want Done to You IX. Plato 1. Absolutism versus Relativism 2. True Happiness 3. Idealism versus Materialism X. Aristotle 1. Student of Plato 2. Mean Between Excess and Deficit 3. Wrote on Ethics and Morals 4. Reason and Judgment XI. Siddhartha Gautama 1. “Four Noble Truths”
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FINAL PROJECT OUTLINE AND SPEAKER'S NOTES 4 2. Nirvana 3. Reason XII. Conclusion 1. Key Issues to Moral Obligation 2. Moral Obligation in a Profession 3. Great Ancient Philosophers Slide 1- Slide 2- “Moral Obligations of an Accountant”: Many people claim that the lack of moral obligations can cause no harm; I disagree. When one chooses a professional life, is that person obligated to maintain a standard of morality; of course they are, though all people hold the intelligent for reasoning and the use of logic, many fail to use it. Many groups hold different standards for morality; shouldn’t the question be what is “Right or Wrong” and “Bad or Good?” When it comes down to it, there should be no set standards set for morality, just the use of logic and reason. Plato, Aristotle, and Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha) all make valuable points in the philosophy of moral obligations; do any of these great philosophers logic hold the key to universal morality? Slide 3-
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