When In Rome lecture note

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When In Rome part 2 Wednesday, January 12, 2011 11:28 AM Kohlberg: Ethics of Justice Stage: Post Conventional : Universal Ethical principles (universal human rights) orientation. (author) Conventional: Authority and social order (maintaining law and order) orientation. Interpersonal accord conformity) orientation. If violated there could be chaos. Pre-Conventional: Self interest orientation, obedience and punishment. Author says that most people conform to the carrots and sticks view of ethics. Most MNC's are in the Pre-Conventional stage. Does culture evolve this way in stages as well? Many people believe there is moral progress. Moral Maturity Last time: Mentioned worry. MNC's often don’t fair well in responsibility. But also, some companies have been doing better, acknowledging need for responsibility. Ex. Nike has demonstrated there is moral progress, wanting to become a more sustainability company. Catholic Social Teaching Make a difference? Special Burden, extra principles.
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