Week 9_Final Project - One’s Moral Obligations in the...

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Unformatted text preview: One’s Moral Obligations in the One’s Moral Obligations in the Profession of Social Services Brian Collins PHI/105_Introduction to Philosophy Instructor: Peter Alvarez Axia College of University of Phoenix Introduction Introduction o Moral Obligations o Social Services Profession o Duty to Others o Work well with Others o Awareness & Honesty Responsibilities of Others Responsibilities of Others • • • • Maintaining Services Good Work Efforts & Ethics Dedication Passionate Capabilities Capabilities Required Education Experience Ability to Handle a Variety of Diverse Cultures • Awareness • • • Integrity Integrity Personal Thoughts Personal Thoughts Jean Paul Sartre (1905 ­ 1980) Jean Paul Sartre (1905 ­ 1980) Mark Halfon Mark Halfon Integrity 1989 Aristotle (384 – 322 B.C.E.) Aristotle (384 – 322 B.C.E.) Conclusion Conclusion References References • Halfon, M. S. (1989). Integrity: A Philosophical Inquiry. Stanford Encyclopedia Of Philosophy. Retrieved from: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/integrity/ • Moore, B. N., & Bruder, K. (2008). Philosophy: The Power of Ideas. New York, NY: McGraw­Hill. ...
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