Ethics Questions and Answers
Two examples of marketization of society today that Sandel discusses are cash for grades and pay for getting around long lines. What, if anything, is wrong with these practices? Beyond what Sandel discusses, think of at least one social, personal, or relational good or value that you think would be negatively affected by marketization, and explain why. I don't understand the question fully.
What is an example of the difference between long-term and short-term interests as it pertains to ethics?
What sources have helped shape your personal code of ethics, and what influences might pressure you to compromise those standards?
Ethics of political behavior List the three questions that can determine if a political action is ethical
What are the ethical issues surrounding artificial selection, the breeding of animals with favorable traits?
What is a list of relevant descriptive ethical questions that relate to eviction and foreclosure laws during the COVID-19 pandemic in Maryland?
Can you give me an example of a situation where it is important for a business to be ethical rather than lawful and an example of a situation where it is important for a business to be lawful rather than ethical?
Why is eating human flesh morally wrong? I find it repugnant but I cannot explain why from an ethical perspective.
From Bernard Mayo’s perspective, the best place to look for moral guidance is a moral exemplar. Who are some moral exemplars in popular society and what makes them that?
What are the stated conclusions of the article "Racial Capitalism" by Jodi Melamed (written in Spring of 2015 for the inaugural volume of the Critical Ethics Studies)?
Is it more laudable to be virtuous or continent? Is it better to be the moral saint or the moral hero?
To what extent would raising brain dead chicken be ethical? André Ford, an architecture student from the U.K proposed his 'Headless Chicken Solution" for a project at the Royal College of Art in which he was asked to look for sustainable solutions to the U.K.'s farming inefficiencies. These chickens are typically raised in overcrowded, dark rooms. After they've grown for a few weeks, they go through a process in which an automated machines cuts their throats before dipping them in scalding water to remove feathers. But the method is imperfect, and some chickens are still conscious when dipped, while some of them miss the throat-cutter entirely. Ford's idea is to spare chickens pain and suffering while maximizing space and production capability at the same time. The science is simple: remove the chicken's cerebral cortex and thus remove its sense perception. Some countries interested with the idea of this factory. Because it also make possible to buy chicken cheaper and help childrens who has some trouble with luck of food. What do you think about this?
Are some moral or ethical standards the same for all people regardless of religious or cultural differences?
What constitutes a just society? Justice is the key to a civil society. Justice is indispensible to peace because without justice, peace;personal, civil and international; is impossible.
What is the importance of ethics in the workplace, and what would the business world would be like without them?
What are people who argue that abortion leads to a lack of adoptable babies basing their argument on?
Are all moral or ethical standards subjective? That is, are they constantly changing with changes in times, cultures or religious beliefs?
Can humans can find a balance between treating animals ethically while also raising them for food or testing purposes?
When it comes to nationwide evictions and foreclosures during the COVID-19 pandemic, what would be a list of normative questions related to ethics, and why would these questions be considered ethical?
I am having a hard time understanding what "a particular liberty that US citizens enjoy" means. What is a particular liberty?
Is happiness having everything one wants, or having everything one needs for a decent human life? What do you think?
I need an example to describe objectively one situation (work or otherwise) where a behavior that might have been attributable to cultural differences may have come across as peculiar.
How can you coach yourself in ethical decision making, such as Pope and Vasquez talk about? http://kspope.com/memory/ethics.php
Can a code of ethics contribute to the development of a corporate environment in which such ethics are practiced?
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