statement of norms

statement of norms - explanations I can think of that can...

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3 actions (always be “right”) 1. It is right in any circumstance if a person donated all their earnings and wealth to a recognizable charity and only kept enough money to survive with the bare necessities and no luxuries. 1. It is always right in any circumstance to teach other people about trying to help the less fortunate. 1. It is always right in any circumstance to admit a fault that something went wrong. 3 actions (never be “right”) 1. It is never right in any circumstance to steal food or money even if it is to feed your family. 1. It is never right in any circumstance to hit a woman. 1. It is never right in any circumstance to lie to a priest or any person in a religious role. The reason why all the actions I chose are always right is because there are no way or
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Unformatted text preview: explanations I can think of that can prove them wrong. Donating all your money except for enough to survive is one the greatest things a person can do. No one can say a negative thing about it because the act is not selfish. The basis of the 3 actions that are always right is the fact that no one can say something to prove the action wrong. The reason why the 3 actions that are listed as never right is because there is no circumstance where it is ok to do any of the actions. Stealing food or money to help feed the family is never the right thing to do. There are alternative options than stealing to support the family. 2...
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This note was uploaded on 02/05/2012 for the course BLW 201 taught by Professor Devience during the Spring '11 term at DePaul.

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