L21 Notes_Part_3 - misunderstandings Having thought through...

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Ethical Failures: How do they happen? 1. Failure to follow one’s conscience. 2. Conscience is followed but the ethical framework underlying one’s conscience is underdeveloped Ethical Failures: How can they be avoided? Tip 1: Ethical failure: one can occur when we are subject to the pressures of the moment. Judgment can be clouded by fear, ignorance, immaturity, misplaced loyalty, stubbornness, selfishness, lack of personal integrity, ability to rationalize, materialism, and
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Unformatted text preview: misunderstandings. Having thought through your decision rules before being subject to the pressures of the moment can results in decisions without Ethical Failures: Can they be avoided? Tip 2 One way to test whether a ethical decision is a good one is to ask the following questions: Is it legal? Is it fair? How does it make you feel? Suppose it appeared in tomorrow’s newspaper? Suppose your parents knew about it?...
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