Engineering Ethics

Engineering Ethics - Introduction To Ethics Goals...

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    Introduction To Ethics Goals Introduce and Define Ethics Develop a Process for Responding to Ethical  Problems Understand the Role of Engineering Codes of  Ethics Practice the Process on Engineering Cases
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    Defining Ethics Ethics  -  synonyms for “morally correct” or justified -  set of justified moral principles of obligation, rights,  and ideals Ethics  - particular beliefs or attitudes concerning  morality Ethics  -  area of study or inquiry – an activity of  understanding moral values, resolving moral issues,  and justifying moral judgments
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    What are moral values? What is morality? Dictionary  – concerns right and wrong, good and  bad, the rules that ought to be followed. Morality  – about reasons centered in respect for  other people as well as ourselves, reasons that  involve their good as well as our own.
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  How are ethics and law related?
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