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Click to edit Master subtitle style Ethics & Integrity Cornerstone Course Dr. Cameron M. Ford
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Ethical situations can be viewed as quandaries to be resolved Choice typically not between right and wrong, but rather is among two or more “rights” How to Consider Ethical Issues?
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Should a large apartment complex be approved when local schools are already overcrowded? Should gambling be legalized, and should we use lotteries to fund education? Should banks receiving government bailout funds be allowed to offer executive bonuses? Should businesses provide health benefits to employees? Examples of Ethical Quandaries
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Any issue that implies significant harm or benefit to others may be described as “ethical” This is true even if an ethical response to a situation isn’t clear When Are Ethics Most Important?
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There are complementary views on ethics Utilitarianism Formalism Using both requires “Janusian thinking”: The ability to consider multiple perspectives simultaneously Alternative Views on Ethics
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Decisions should achieve the greatest good for
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