Unformatted text preview: c. Construct the alternatives d. Select the criteria e. Project the outcomes f. Confront the trade-offs g. Decide h. Tell your story 4-A. With “Moral or Prudential Algebra,” after defining the problem, you divide the reasons or problems pertaining to it into two columns entitled “pro” and “con” to better discern and analyze the basic nature of the case. This will help prevent the discussion maker from picking one method over another without weighing the entire issue fully. B. The method employs the algebraic principle of substitution, or additive inverse, because if a pro or con can be substituted or has equal value of the opposite, they cancel one another out altogether....
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- Fall '11
- Public Policy, Multiplicative inverse, Daily Assignment