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Unformatted text preview: Ethics Awareness Inventory 1 Ethics Awareness Inventory Paper Tonia Pieper MGT/216 Paul Moore November 16, 2009 I am closely aligned with obligation and least closely aligned with equity. Ethics Awareness Inventory 2 According to the Ethics Awareness Inventory I am closely aligned with obligation and least closely aligned with equity. Obligation to me means more along the lines of moral obligation. It is the belief that an act is one prescribed by a persons set of values. These values aide you by learning some of the moral rights we do have such as the freedom of physical movement, freedom from torture, and freedom from discrimination. There is also free will. This is a moral obligation that allows us to act within our own decision in which we can choose or not to fulfill this obligation. If we were not help accountable for our own actions, then how would we know what to do, or right from wrong? for our own actions, then how would we know what to do, or right from wrong?...
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