Give an example of a person who demonstrates principle-based ethics. How do this person’s actions reflect a highly developed moral reasoning?

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A person who embodies principle-based ethics usually subscribes to a set of moral givens which are subsequently reflected in their behavior. For example, the principles outlined in the Ten Commandments, or even the Golden Rule, guide an individual when making morally sound decisions. Within a professional context, we can see this illustrated in the actions of a high school teacher. Since teachers generally function within the constructs of...

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