Have your answers to either of the last two questions changed after reading

Have your answers to either of the last two questions

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Have your answers to either of the last two questions changed after reading Article 3? No my answers to the last two questions have not changed.
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PERSONAL WORLDVIEW AND BUSINESS ETHICS Now that you’ve read all of the articles, how has your view of meaning, ethics, and your own worldview changed? What questions or comments do you have about what you’ve read? My understanding of the words ontology, epistemology, and axiology has improved and how these terms relate to our understanding of personal worldview and ethics in general. As far as my beliefs and ethics, and my answers throughout this process did not change. My ethical foundation stands on the word of God and my responsibility is to allow God’s word to shape and mold me to the person He wants me to be.
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PERSONAL WORLDVIEW AND BUSINESS ETHICS Business Ethical Practices There are two examples of business practices; first the ethical practice example will be Chick Fil la Inc., as the company manages a barrage of negative LGBT attacks on the CEO Dan Cathy. The second business practice is the unethical practice example with Mylan generic pharmaceuticals CEO Heather Bresch increasing the life-saving drug Epipen by 400% through a series of questionable legislation by her father Senator Joe Manchin. One company their foundation on the principles of the bible and doing well, while the other does not and hurting. Ethical Practice #1- Chick-fil-a CEO Dan Cathy Dr. Fischer discusses the concept of a house with a foundation and framework and relates this to our worldview and ethical decision process. He talks about how people can’t see the foundation or the framework of the house but its critical to the house standing during a storm. So it is true that our worldview needs the same kind of foundation or we will fail to stand under scrutiny[Fisnd]. The summer of 2012 the CEO of Chick-fil-a Dan Cathy had an interview with a small radio station and he was asked about what his stance was on same-sex marriage. Mr. Cathy shared that marriage belongs between a man and woman, and that he need to get back to selling chicken[OCo14]. Shortly after that, the liberal medial voiced their disenchantment of Mr. Cathy’s stance on marriage. The mayor of Boston made many threats as well as other influential wealthy people that they were going to block any attempts of coming into the Boston area[Sin14]. Mr. Cathy retracted his statement and said that we are here to serve all people. The LGBT launched a kiss-day at Chick-fil-a and true to the corporate biblical philosophy all LGBT people were served without incident. The Christians across the United States did the same thing
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PERSONAL WORLDVIEW AND BUSINESS ETHICS to support Chick-fil-a corp. stance. At the end of the day the Christian values of serving the customer and Gods favor continues to serve the company well.
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