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Slides303-6-Ethics Applied

Slides303-6-Ethics Applied - Business 303 Applying Ethical...

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Business 303 Applying Ethical Principles Professor von Nordenflycht Spring 2010 Session 6
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- 2 - Agenda In-the-News (~10m) Quiz Answers (~10m) Discuss: “A Tattle Tale?” (~30m) Revisit “Orangewerks” (~20m) break (15m) Lecture: Applying Ethical Principles (~30m) Exercise: “Betsy Smith” (~30m) Feedback (~5m) Exam 1 Instructions & Questions (~15m)
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Session 6: Applying Ethical Reasoning - 3 -
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Ethically Considered Decision Framework (Wicks et al) - 4 -
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Role of the framework Help identify full range of ethical issues (first 3 steps) Help develop defensible justification (latter 3 tests) Certainly doesn’t generate “one right” answer very often moral principles conflict net utility vs. justice vs. personal relationships… Still requires your judgment especially regarding magnitude of violations - 5 -
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Example: Lying Lying violates most standards of conduct violates audience’s freedom / autonomy doesn’t fare well on reversibility and generalizability tests: what if everyone lied?
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