Todays applied ethics course does not seek to convey

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Unformatted text preview: Today's applied ethics course does not seek to convey a Today's set of moral truths but tries to encourage students to think carefully about complex moral issues"( Bok, 1990). Continuing, Bok asserts that "the principal aim of the Continuing, ethics course is not to impart right answers but to make students more perceptive in detecting ethical problems when they arise, better acquainted with the best moral thought that has accumulated through the ages, and more equipped to reason about the ethical issues they will face in their own personal and professional lives" (Bok, 1990, 73). Moreover, all ethical theorists seem to be in agreement Moreover, that development of ethical decision making skills among administrative students ought to be a significant goal of professional ethics education. professional 5 What is Ethics? Some years ago, sociologist Raymond Baumhart Some asked business people, "What does ethics mean to you?" Among their replies were the following: "Ethics has to do with what my feelings tell me is right...
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2014 for the course BSC 2501 taught by Professor Frigerio during the Fall '12 term at Kazakhstan Institute of Management, Economics and Strategic Research.

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