BS Ethics Ex 1 Q 4 - for one to make an exception to the...

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BS Ethics, BBA 4751-04D James Tilley, Section 1 Exam, Q4 Kant’s theory is that all moral judgments must be made with universalizability. The principle of universalizability simply states that what is right for one is right for all providing there are similar situations and circumstances. What is wrong for all people is wrong for one person unless justification to make an exception. Second is “What if everyone did that” theory, it is painting a picture to explain if everyone did the wrong thing then it would cause immense results. In the military with “Rank” the standards change with rank and positions. The more one has rank or higher position a person has, a different set of standards apply. It is very easy
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Unformatted text preview: for one to make an exception to the rule. The rule bends in different ways for different people. In my current job I am experiencing the “Double Standard” concept, rules and guidelines are given to the subordinates while the superiors are seldom at work at all, this makes for a very disturbing tour of duty. The idea of “What if everyone did that” is something I use with my children. As we grow and enter the work force we find that several people are committing the wrongs. I think it all falls back on our parents and the values they instilled in use....
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