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Manuel G. Velasquez rights reserved. Chapter One. Basic Principles: Ethics and Business Business ethics is a specialized study of moral right and wrong. Inc. All rights reserved. Business Ethics. Concepts & Cases. Manuel G. Velasquez Inc. All rights reserved. Chapter Two. Ethical Principles in Business . Business Ethics: Concepts and Cases (7th Edition): Manuel G. Velasquez The ethical landscape is changing, and the new version of the Business Ethics.
From the perspective countries, multinationals from of virtue, does the action or policy encourage the exercise or the more developed home countries development of morally good should always follow those character? Social Contract Orientation — 1. The most important moral obligation. Thomas Aquinas, followed Standards Informatio Judgment Aristotle in holding that the n moral virtues enable people to follow reason in dealing with Maximize Concerning On the social utility the policy, rightness or their desires, emotions and institution, wrongness actions and in accepting that the Respect or behavior of the four pivotal or cardinal moral moral under policy, virtues are courage, rights considerati institution, temperance, justice, and on or behavior Distribute prudence. A second kind of particularly relations of condition of just punishments is dependency — is a key concept certitude that the person being in an ethic of care. Notes Index.
Moral rights or human other people have toward rights are based on moral that person. Second, rights limit the define the transactions that validity of appeals to social give rise to those rights and benefits and to numbers. A large group of rights called negative rights is The ethical rules that govern distinguished by the fact that its contracts: They also imply that misrepresent the facts of the some other agents it is not contractual situation to the always clear who have the other party.
The of its formulations explains why first formalation of the people have moral rights. The second formulation Kant gives of the categorical Problems with Kant: Or never treat people of moral rights, there is only as means, but always also substantial disagreement as ends. A large number of authors have held that the categorical The Libertarian Objection: The American respect ought to be treated philosopher Robert Nozick dissimilarly, in proportion to claims that the only basic right their dissimilarity.
It is based on that every individual possesses the purely logical idea that we is the negative right to be free must be consistent in the way from the coercion of other we treat similar situations. Nozick and other libertarians pass too quickly over Justice as Equality: Egalitarians hold that there are no relevant differences among Justice and Fairness people that can justify unequal treatment.
Individuals who are equality and economic equality. Economic equality should receive. It is difficult to wealth and equality of place any objective measure on opportunity. The everyone. Unfortunately this unequally according to need, method of measuring the value effort and so on.
Justice Based on Contribution: Capitalist Justice based on Needs and Justice Abilities: Socialism Effort: Human nature is essentially self-interested and Productivity: Each person has willingness to share and help an equal right to that is characteristic of families.
Social and or her free choice. From each according to what he 1. To the greatest chooses to do, to each according benefit of the least to what he makes for himself advantaged persons perhaps with the contracted aid 2. This conflict, and within Principle B, would generate unjust treatment Part 2 is supposed to take of the disadvantaged.
Justice as Fairness: Rawls Principle A is called the principle of equal liberty: These basic liberties include the right to vote, freedom of speech and conscience and other civil liberties, freedom to hold personal property, and freedom from arbitrary arrest. It the justice of restoring to a assumes that a productive person what the person lost society will incorporate when he or she was wronged by inequalities, but it then asserts someone else.
Traditional that steps must be taken to moralists have argued that a improve the position of the most person has a moral obligation to needy members of society, compensate an injured party unless such improvements only if three conditions are would so burden society that present: The action that inflicted the before.
The person inflicted the injury opportunity: The most controversial forms of compensation undoubtedly are Retributive Justice the preferential treatment programs that attempt to Retributive justice concerns remedy past injustices against the justice of blaming or groups.
More relevant to our Partiality and Care purposes is the question of the conditions under which it is just This view — that we have an to punish a person for doing obligation to exercise special wrong. Major conditions under care toward those particular which a person could not be held persons with whom we have responsible include ignorance valuable close relationships, and inability. A second kind of particularly relations of condition of just punishments is dependency — is a key concept certitude that the person being in an ethic of care.
Thus, an punished actually did the wrong. It reasoning should incorporate has been claimed that an ethic all four kinds of moral of care can degenerate into considerations, although unjust favoritism.
Its demands only one or the other may can lead to burnout due to the turn out to be relevant or sacrifice of their own needs and decisive in a particular desires to care for the well-being situation.
One simple of others. Does the action, as far as habitual behavior. A person has possible, maximize social a moral virtue when the person benefits and minimize is disposed to behave habitually social injuries?
Is the action consistent feelings, and desires that are with the moral rights of characteristic of a morally good those whom it will affect? Will the action lead to a just distribution of The Moral Virtues benefits and burdens?
Does the action exhibit Greek philosopher Aristotle appropriate care for the argued that a moral virtue is a well-being of those who habit that enables a human are closely related to or being to act in accordance with dependent on oneself? Moral Factual Moral St. Thomas Aquinas, followed Standards Informatio Judgment Aristotle in holding that the n moral virtues enable people to follow reason in dealing with Maximize Concerning On the social utility the policy, rightness or their desires, emotions and institution, wrongness actions and in accepting that the Respect or behavior of the four pivotal or cardinal moral moral under policy, virtues are courage, rights considerati institution, temperance, justice, and on or behavior Distribute prudence.
But this claim ignores situations that human life sets that introducing practices that before us. But it is sometimes unethical to Hence, there is no conflict go along with local practices or between theories of ethics that government requirements as it are based on principles and sometimes is to oppose them.
An ethic of virtue is not The foregoing discussion a fifth kind of moral principle suggests that the following that should take its place questions should be asked about alongside the principles of any corporate action or policy utilitarianism, rights, justice and under consideration by a caring. Business Ethics: Ladda ned.
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