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...moral perception of the organization and it would spoil the reputation of the firm. The logical reasoning suggested me that he had his right to make his choices on his life. Furthermore, if I tried to discourage him it would also break our friendship. On the other hand, if I did not report the matter to the management, as an employee I would also be violating my moral responsibility. I analyzed all possible alternatives that can deal with the issue for I needed his friendship as well as the organization’s... Reasoning Lori was my colleague and one of the excellent faculties in Western language Institute from where I have gained an outstanding work experience as an English teacher. He was a real versatile ...
Comparison of the movie Milk and Moral Christian Values in the Marketplace
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...Moral Christian Values in the Marketplace Milk (2008) depicts Harvey Milk’s career, covering the period from age 40 until his death. Harvey comes out as a homosexual and relocates from New York to San Francisco where he opens a camera shop which evolves into a salon that panders to homosexuals in San Francisco. As the film’s plot develops, Harvey is seen as a champion for homosexuals’ consumer power as he forms a political alliance with his lover Scott Smith. Harvey runs for and wins public office with Smith as his campaign manager (Milk 2008). Once Harvey settled in San Francisco in 1972, he finds a new niche in life as an activist for homosexual’s rights. This activism lures him... Milk and...
The Objective Validity of Certain Moral Values
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...Moral Values The imposition of moral standards, whether through formal legislation or community values, has generated fierce debate since ancient times. The issue presented in this essay is whether all moral values are, in essence, subjective or whether certain moral values can be treated as objectively valid for all people. It is my position that some moral values are objectively valid. This is because certain individual rights deserve protection in all situations and because certain ethnic groups deserve protection against extermination in all situations. As a preliminary matter, there are certain individual rights which deserve protection... Analytical Paper: The Objective Validity of Certain...
Obstacles and barriers that affect a person’s moral values
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...moral value system. A personal moral code developed through sensitivity, care, and art can help one in overcoming the temptations to break the moral values. Development of high moral values and not deviating from them prevents one from engaging in socially undesirable activities. Fear of authority also helps in making a person strongly abide by the personal value system. This is the reason children are at less risk of deviating from the personal moral values because their elders want them to do so. Reference: Messick, D.M. & Kramer, R.M. (2005). The psychology of leadership: new perspectives and research. Illustrated. Routledge.... ?Obstacles and barriers that affect a person’s moral values: This paper...
What moral values are emphasized in The Theban Plays?
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...moral values of the Ancient Greek society that Sophocles wanted to emphasize. Many of these are displayed through the characters in the play whose actions are designed to show the significance of various moral values. Among the most significant moral values that can be seen in the plays are truth, justice, respect, integrity, openness, and finally civic virtue. Truth plays an extremely important role in the plays since it is woven through the lives of the main characters. Truth is used to show that despite the fact that many of the main characters feel confident in their own power; this power is based on the lack of knowledge concerning... known to man, namely, patricide and incest. The truth...
What moral values are emphasized in The Theban Plays?
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...moral values of the Ancient Greek society that Sophocles wanted to emphasize. Many of these are displayed through the characters in the play whose actions are designed to show the significance of various moral values. Among the most significant moral values that can be seen in the plays are truth, justice, respect, integrity, openness, and finally civic virtue. Truth plays an extremely important role in the plays since it is woven through the lives of the main characters. Truth is used to show that despite the fact that many of the main characters feel confident in their own power; this power is based on the lack of knowledge concerning... The Theban Plays are rich in examples that reflect the moral...
Christian Ethics Moral Compass
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...Christian Ethics Moral Compass October 2, Business, Essay Christian Ethics Moral Compass INTRODUCTION: The decision making compass guides the users in their desire to improve the leadership process. The research delves on the importance of the decision making compass. The research delves on the four modes of the compass. The compass values enhance the leadership process. The decision making compass areas: A) Purpose-Will this action Serve a worthwhile purpose? The end must be worthwhile. The business is correct in pursuing its purpose. The main purpose is to generate revenues, a worthwhile purpose. To generate revenues the business enterprise... Business, Essay...
Take your own moral values on abortion (pro-life) and compare them to the social work ethics and core values
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...religion and women’s rights are associated with this issue. As such, it is not one that has a simple solution in a society that is as multicultural and diverse as the United States of America. The beliefs and value systems of a variety of communities need to be taken into account while formulating a flexible code for abortion. It is interesting... to divide people into watertight compartments even at a political level where it becomes a major issue in pre-electoral times. This lack of discrimination is exhorted to be practiced as can be seen in this part of the code of ethics- “Social workers should obtain education about and seek to understand the nature of social diversity...
Values
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...values and therefore changing the values, we have. We also acquire new values form our different religions and cultures. Explain what values do to us and for us Values are those guidelines and principles that guide our life. Our values provide an outline to our conduct even though we are uninformed of what values are. Understanding our values provides one with a superior awareness in behavior. Our decision-making ability depends on the value we have in that we can do something based on which values we hold. Appreciating the significance of our values offers transparency in that we are in a position to define and understand ourselves (Barkan, 2011). Values can also offer... ?Values Values A ment of values ...
Moral
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...morality. For example, for the first time in my life, I was learning the importance of life. For the first time, I found my normative ethics contradicting the Christian ethics in a serious way. For example, Christian principles are stern in the fact and claim that no life can be ended artificially. However, I found a dilemma in this connection. For example, I found some circumstances where it may be very necessary to depend on euthanasia. In case of uncontrollable pain and suffering and when there is no hope of a cure, I reached the opinion from my own assessment that mercy killing may be allowed in such circumstances....
Materialism and the Moral Values in Alexander Pope's The Rape of the Lock
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...Moral values in Alexander Pope’s The Rape of the Lock In his fantasy of enchantment and social satire, Pope by following mock- epic conventions, has constructed a psychodrama surrounding his protagonist Belinda, and her aristocratic society. The Rape of the Lock, is a reaction to the moral indignation of the Eighteenth century society that religiously followed the emerging Whig values. Pope eloquently shows how relations between people transformed into the relations between things. He paints a world where individuals are no longer capable of making conscious moral choices. To illustrate this elevated sense of reality, Pope adhered to the conventions of the mock- epic... ?26 July Materialism and the Moral ...
Values
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...Values Values are beliefs or ideas that people believe are important to them in the way one lives or works. The values determine ones priorities and are the measures that tell one’s direction of life. Values influences a person’s behavior and attitude. Whenever one has a challenge, they can always go back to their values and make the best decision out of it. Defining personal values makes one discover what is important to them. Values help and influence the decision-making process. The best way to do this is to look back at one’s life and identify situations when they felt proud or happier of their actions. What is it that they were doing? Moreover, who were the people who contributed... ...
Values
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...values and therefore changing the values, we have. We also acquire new values form our different religions and cultures. Explain what values do to us and for us Values are those guidelines and principles that guide our life. Our values provide an outline to our conduct even though we are uninformed of what values are. Understanding our values provides one with a superior awareness in behavior. Our decision-making ability depends on the value we have in that we can do something based on which values we hold. Appreciating the significance of our values offers transparency in that we are in a position to define and understand ourselves (Barkan, 2011). Values can... Values Values A ment of values for a...
Moral
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...moral stakes “weightier” than others? Are some moral considerations or interests or stakes more important than others? Can you rank them? From the case study, it is evident that Sue’s right to privacy is not as important as a violation of a moral law and taking one’s life through an abortion. In addition, Sue’s right to privacy appears to be less important than her indulgence in irresponsible sexual activity and secretly considering an abortion. In the case of Jane, invasion of privacy appears to be a less important issue than exposing the truth, which can save the life of an unborn child. From the facts provided in the case, Jane should reveal the truth that she has been... Analysis of Moral Arguments...
Moral
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...moral within society contributes to the motivations, choices, and actions made by people everyday. It is society which defines what morality is and applies the necessary pressure to force individuals to conform. Often, failing under these societal pressures, individuals are forced to use deception to escape the oppressive nature of their society. Oscar Wilde, in The Importance of Being Earnest and William Shakespeare, in Hamlet, Prince of Denmark, venture into nature of society and how it effects the individuals within that society. Shakespeare and Wilde assert that deception is a symptom of a corrupt society not a character flaw. The plot of The Importance of Being... The desperate need to be moral ...
"Moral Believing Animals" by Christian Smith
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...Christian narrative Smith enumerates how Christianity has influenced the way people live there life. Christian values require faith and that explains the reference of faithful. In sense, one is not suppose to question the teachings of the Christianity and all what is required is the absolute faith (Smith 94). This has also remarkably changed and shaped the way people relate, acts, and make decisions and this can be summarized as redirecting the morals of the society. In the Christianity, ones assume certain behavior orientation that finally affects their way of life. Work Cited Smith, Christian. Moral, Believing Animals: Human Personhood and Culture. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.... Moral...
Write a summary of Chapter 1,2,3,6,7 of the Book African Religion- The Moral Traditions of Abundant Life by Laurenti Magesa.
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...religion (Magesa, 2014). Persistency and continuity of the African religion cannot be over emphasized. Dialogue is discussed as an important aspect of religion. Essentially, the text notes that peace can be achieved with relative ease if religion is involved. The Christian faith in Africa can be defined based on official and popular initiatives. African religion is yet to be accepted globally as a religion because the extent to which it relates and interact with others is yet to be defined. Ethics in the African religion form the basis of discussion in this text (Magesa, 2014). Chapter 2: The moral Universe The conception morality in the African religion is based on the inherent... African...
Banning of Prayer in USA public schools: The lack of prayer has contributed to the decline of moral values
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...moral values Introduction: Banning prayer in public school has remained a burning issue for near about 50 years for now. Apparently the issue seems to be an easy one to deal with but considering the tremendous controversy that it has generated in last 50 years; it deserves special attention. Prayer to god is a pious thing and participation in that prayer at a formative period of life is nothing but a pious act that will eventually help in building the moral base of the participants. However often a straight stick looks crooked if emerged in water and the opposite is no exception either. According to many... ?Banning of Prayer in USA public schools: The lack of prayer has contributed to the decline of...
Sex and Values: Spirituality, Religion, and sex
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...VALUES: SPIRTUALITY, RELIGION AND SEX Sex and Values: Spirituality, Religion, and Sex Sex and Values: Spirituality, Religion, and Sex Sex is a problem in most religions. The body has the motivation to engage in sex, but the mind is in conflict with this urge due to the development of beliefs about the morality of sexual contact. Animals do not have this urge to regulate the morality of sex. They have sex under instinct, creating relationships like some animals such as wolves and eagles that mate for life or others who have sex indiscriminately for the purpose of procreation. Human beings, however, are the only creatures that are known to apply the concept of morality to sexual... ? Running Head: SEX AND...
Katherine Anne Porter's "Maria Concepcion" Related to Christian Values.
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...Christian Values Plot Structure Maria Conception as a story may make the reader to question her/his own sense of morality. The story goes that Maria gets married to Juan Villegas; it is a Christian marriage and therefore happens at a church, in their native Mexico. This is a very rare occurrence, especially for the small Mexican village in which they live. Normally, this idea of a sacred ceremony should act to make their matrimony holier than any other marriage but it is not the case. Nonetheless, Maria is said to have a kind of good reputation and relationship with her neighbors and the community at large. She is a religious woman full of energy and is said to be capable... Maria Concepcion Related to...
Moral Leadership: Using Film Influences to Spread Religion Moral Principles in Education
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...morality education that is typically considered to be ‘religious education’. While this can be done within both the private and public school environments through various means of instructional approach, it is concluded that the film industry should also recognize its responsibility to impart religious moral values through its various forms of media as a means of positively... Moral Leadership: Using Film Influences to Spread Religious Moral Principles in Education Student name Instructor name Course name Date Abstract This final paper is strives to interpret the meaning of morality and its four...
Moral and personal Adolescent values in Saudi Arabi and United State OR The advertising effect on Adolescent In Saudi Arabi and United States
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...values are more apt to erode or change the traditional values of Islam than the Ulemma would be willing to permit. Through this, the social conflict between generations is established that acts also on a political stage and as a possible reform in institutions or legal regulations in Saudi Arabian society itself. Media Censorship in Saudi Arabia The influence of outside ideas and values can be seen as the most transformative in effect on traditional Saudi Arabian and Islamic values, and as such there exists a strong conservative bias within the ruling family to support the clerics and administrators of the schools of religion against the influence of the western... The Advertising Effect on Adolescents...
Exploring Christian Values in George Herberts Poem "A Wreath"
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...Christian Values in George Herbert’s A Wreath A poem can have many interpretations. There are times when a poem needs to be read repeatedly to be understood fully. Such is the poem by George Herbert titled, “A Wreath.” This poem can look very simple from the first reading but it actually contains several thoughts relating to Christian values, especially the relationship between God and man. Reading the poem repeatedly can help readers realize the real meaning and purpose of the author. Moreover, consulting other works relating to the poem can lead readers to a more in-depth understanding of the poem. The poem is a rather short poem of 12 lines. In this poem, the speaker talks about... Exploring...
Moral Autobiography
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...value that is good to be upheld. However, the Christian ethics taught that it is the duty of humans to be ethical according to the principles of Christianity, and consequently, there arose a number of contradictions. For example, my utilitarian ethics made me think that it is good to adopt capital punishment, abortion, and euthanasia if they promoted common good in the society. According to my concept until then, the adoption of these killings had to be dependent on the particular situation in hand. However, there came radical changes in my ethical view as I started gaining from the Christian principles from the...
Moral Obligation
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...MORAL OBLIGATION Moral Obligation By _____________ Introduction Moral obligation can be viewed in the light of those facts that help us distinguish between good and bad or right and wrong. Now what are those facts that justify rights and wrongs "Those facts prove the existence of ethics by giving ultimate justification of moral standards". (Moore, "Moral and Political Philosophy", p. 251) Some philosophers hold the opinion that moral obligation refers to the laws that cannot be advised. Bentham gives the justification of good and bad as 'pleasure' and 'pain'. He related 'pleasure' with goodness and 'pain' with badness. According to Bentham, "Nature has placed mankind under... the governance...
Cultural Values
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...can start their own family, and both men and women have their role expectations in terms of gender. Women specifically perform household tasks and they look after children though our society is liberal where women can also seek gainful employment in their own. The other important aspect about our group culture is that we believe in the Christian religion. In performing tasks related to social work, I have realised that we often work with people from diverse cultural background. In order to effectively carryout different tasks in different areas, it is imperative to be well versed with cultural values of different people since they shape their behaviour in different ways. My core... It is widely believed ...
Moral Theory
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...morality to justify even them most deviant behavior and overlook the gravest transgressions of right and wrong. However, each individual has a morality that is absolute. While we must accept that morality is absolute, it is also our responsibility to recognize that it is also absolute for other people and respect their right to alternative value systems. Examining our most fundamental cultural group, the family, we can readily identify inconsistencies in moral judgments. The dominant religion in the United States, Christianity, has a commandment that dictates 'Thou shalt not kill'. Most people, and certainly within a Christian family, hold that morality in high... Moral Theory: Relativism In the United...
Moral Dilemmas
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...moral principles tend to be effectively independently to how an individual perceives them. Kant’s moral theory is slightly different especially how people perceive it. In defining moral dilemmas, the Kant moral theory is seen as deontological whereby a person’s actions are morally upright in terms of virtues of individual’s motives. In this case, they must derive from a certain duty than inclination (Timmons 27). The determination to act according to his/her duty mostly overcomes the self-interest evidence or the desire to do otherwise. Moreover, Kant argues the aspect of moral values of an individual’s actions... Moral Dilemmas A moral or ethical dilemma is generally a complex situation, which mostly...
PERSONAL VALUES
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...values which are global in essence but culturally unique in content. The world is thus moving towards a multicultural society that is an amalgamation of people from different countries, races and religion. The changing values necessitate development of a new social order which would not only embrace multi cultural values but help forge a universal bond that would transcend national and religious boundaries. The cut throat competition coupled with diverse and multicultural fabric of the society makes it difficult for a person to maintain a high level of personal and professional integrity. Williams Institute Ethics... The technological advancements and modernization process has brought in a new set of...
Understanding values
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...religion is the most powerful factor that confirms or denies an idea that is considered righteous by our inherent conscience. That is why “Christianity has often been associated with authority” (11) However, it is needless to say that people voluntarily accept religion and give it that exalted status to dictate values in their lives because of the emotional appeal made to them by the religion. Dictating and establishing values is one of the most fundamental functions of a religion.... Values Understanding values is a difficult thing because for different people, there are different factors in which their values are embedded. For some people,...
Moral relativism and Moral absolutism
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...moral relativism should be better understood because it has liberal moral implications and consequences. The notion of moral relativism has been charged with causing many of the problems in the world. According to a Christian from a right wing movement referred to as Ralph Reed, relativists are the people who do not believe in the truth or in the notions of right or wrong. However, in reality most of the people tend to believe in things being either morally correct or wrong. The Christian Reed can be said to be a moral absolute since he believes that without godly interventions, people are unable to access their moral dilemma while at the same time deciding what is just... Moral Relativism and Moral...
Family Values
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...Values A candid examination of today’s youth today leaves one in no doubt of the fact that many of them do not learn, nor understand the concept of moral values. Various actions and extremes they are wont to be involved in such as pre-marital sex, drug experimentation, and risky behavior such as over speeding and general lack of decorum and politeness towards their peers and even adults are evidence of this. When one considerers this issue through retrospective eyes, they will run the risk of judging the modern children with the older standards where youths were expected to; stand when being addressed, obey without question anything from their parents or teachers and such like behavior... ?Family Values...
Shared Values
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...Values are the common acceptations of the society or particular group of people. Most of the members of the particular community believe these values are really important to their wellbeing and pride. Although the most of shared values are not accepted by the law instance of differences in shared values can be problematic to an individual. Cast, surname, religious groups, poverty, education and skin color are some of the common shared values in the society. In addition that there are numerous norms that are accepted as shared values in different communities. In some societies people of low cast, dark skin color and different religious groups are highly mistreated and result in physical... Shared” Values ...
Moral Model
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...Moral Model Essay Introduction Patient came to ER due to motor vehicleaccident. He needed a blood transfusion to live due to hemoglobin 5.4. Patient has belief that transfusions are unacceptable. Patient did not receive the transfusion and died three hours later. There is a clash of values here. The healthcare provider gives much importance to saving or preserving life; the patient gives more importance to his belief against blood transfusion. Aside from this, there is also a moral dilemma. Since the transfusion is not administered and the patient died, the healthcare provider broke the principle of nonmaleficence or harm to the patient (Caplan & Arp, 2013); if the healthcare provider... Applying the...
Cultural Values
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...Values Before going to analyze a movie, which reflects some of the key cultural values of the United s, let us get a better understanding of what cultural values actually are. “Culture is about survival of the human species” (Aldridge, n.d.). There can be no society without a culture or a set of cultures and no culture can survive without presence of a social group abiding by the norms and values of that culture. If we talk about American culture, we can say that America has a very rich and strong culture, which has a number of key values. Some of the key American cultural values include ethnicity, family, bravery, love, freedom, success, moral orientation, personal control, and equality... Cultural...
Personal Values
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...Values s Case Many may argue that demography and social background may not affect a juror’s moral judgement. However, there are instances where jurors are heavily influenced by their backgrounds and what they perceive as morally right. While the judges may not be swayed by emotions during a judicial process, there is a higher chance of a juror being led by emotions which may cloud his or her judgment. This may be due to the fact that judges do this type of work everyday and have vast experience in the field. Jurors on the other hand participate in this process rarely and may not be able to make sound judgment. It will be hard for John to make the right decision because he is a father of two... Personal...
Moral Relativism
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...moral relativism nothing is bad or good but it depends on the situation a person is going through and how he deals with it, it is an obvious truth which is irrefutable, but a controversy here arises as other sees it shattering the moral foundation. Moral relativism is more comprehensible when compared with moral absolutism. Absolutism is also a philosophical theory which states that morality is dependent on universal principles, which are natural laws and conscience and the power of doctrine principle is vested in one authority. Muslims and Christians believe in one God, his power is bestowed upon his people; he is the ultimate authority... Moral relativism Moral relativism is a philosophical theory...
Moral Management
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...values that the stakeholders hold in high regard, as method of entrenching good moral management practices. The importance of corporate social responsibility has increasingly gained prominence in the modern business world and in future, it is highly likely that firms without good corporate social performance would be non-existent. Businesses have embraced the concept of corporate social responsibility... ?Introduction Organizations and businesses in the current 21st century are confronted with diverse challenges in spite of the advanced scientific technologies. Though technology has greatly improved efficiency of conducting business transactions, it has equally presented several challenges and key among...
Moral Principle
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...can be considered as good or bad based on the way they are related with acceptable ways of doing things. I, therefore, believe that my underlying moral principle based on the above actions is related with relativistim of actions with acceptable norms and values. For example, war in its strictest sense may be morally wrong, however, considering the circumstances around 9/11 event and loss of innocent lives, it may be a morally justified war because it is based on a contextual point of reference. The moral principle described above therefore is a direct derivative of the examples mentioned above. The basic underlying... Morality of actions is one of the important aspects of moral philosophy dealing with...
Moral Development
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...moral reasoning and that these behaviours do not necessarily signify that one is amoral. They also suggest that the situation and personal characteristics can result... ?Kohlberg’s theory of moral development is one of the most referred to theories of how moral reasoning develops in people. Kohlberg’s theory followedon Piaget’s theory, but went beyond the childhood years. Kohlberg divided the process of moral development into three levels with two stages in each level; thus he developed a six-stage theory of moral development. The three levels are the preconventional, the conventional and the postconventional. The preconventional level is characterized by the cultural rules of good and bad, or right and...
Family values.
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...values change as society changes. As a result, ideas about how children should be raised change." I have one teen-aged daughter and was raised in a family of six. I have many ideals about raising children, but the two that stand out the most include no corporal punishment and teaching by example. I believe that the function of teaching by example is undeniable to every aspect of upbringing the child. In relation to managing developments of the child, inspiring my teen-aged daughter that are feeling the effects of the changes happening around her is my way... PARENTING To the Editor of the Parenting Magazine: I am writing to you a letter to share to you my ideas with regards to the ment that, "Family...
Moral testimony
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...moral expert giving the moral testimony "interprets" certain problems with a certain moral perspective.The fact is that the picture is evidence or testimony to the fact that these two people men.The moral testimony will try to assign the situation a motive and pass a value judgment as to the purpose and outcome of that meeting rather than recording and setting out that situation as a fact. So we can narrow down the main objections to moral testimony to the fact that firstly it cannot be said to give rise to moral testimony at all. Secondly even if it does it is probably not good enough... This essay discusses the philosophical premises, which can lead to either the acceptance or rejection of moral...
Values Paper
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...values on the other hand are those that are acquired as a result of being part of a group; a religion or a community. These values are mostly based on a person’s ethnicity and the kind of people a person grows up with. They are also subject to change. According to Koivula (2008) values are abstract rules of desirable conduct and goals developed to fit the conditions in which the society lives. The author also asserts that common values ensure that members of a society understand each other and pursue similar goals in a compatible way without a great deal of negotiation. Values lead to knowledge sharing in the workplace (Koivula, 2008... ? Values Paper Values Kardasz (2008) has given an example of a ment...
Family values
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...moral obligation of the members to abide by these values for the strengthening of the family unit. If any member is in some trouble, or suffering from mental agony, illness or physical problem, the entire family should remain deeply worried till the solution of the problem as well as till his convalescence from the ailment. Another distinguished family value to be followed... Module Module ID: Family Values Family serves as the basic social which offers love, food, clothing, shelter, protection and unconditional care to its members. Man is born and dies in family, and has close association and communication with it throughout his life. The basic family unit consists of parents and children, though...
Moral Courage
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...values of integrity and moral courage should have been re-oriented to the people on a regular basis to encourage exposure of graft, corruption, or wrong-doing. Reference Wenceslao, B. (2013, September 13). Benhur Luy and ‘PDAFtreneurship’. Retrieved from Sun Star: http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/opinion/2013/09/13/wenceslao-benhur-luy-and-pdaftreneurship-303150... Moral Courage al Affiliation Moral Courage of the Situation One of the scandals read in international news involved a whistleblower, in the person of Benhur Luy, who allegedly exposed a billion peso scam against his own cousin, Janet Lim Napoles. This is clearly a case of moral...
Moral Attitudes
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...religion, family believes which makes a human mind clear and earn the moral values of every thing and leads a life of good morality. If we talk about morality the first thought strikes our mind is about the bad deed like sex, drinking, stealing are not counted in good moral values however on the same end the drinking and sex is done but ethically they are not consider as a good deed doing in excess or in open places. Now this may clear the difference of morality and ethics. Morality is the reckoning of pure mind and heart to groom up the personality or the character of one but the ethics are the certainty to perform any action with respect to the laws and customs of the society one is living...
Moral Development
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...Moral development study is concerned with the role of peers and parents. It emphasizes on the question of origin and change in ethical behavior and morality during individual’s lifespan. Moral development can proceed when individual’s selfish desires are suppressed and replaced by positive social values (Killen, & Coplan, 2011). The interaction of children to caregivers and peers has been found to have an influence on various aspects such as ethics and behavior. Socialization and social domain theory have been shown to influence the interpersonal development on children’s... Psychology: Moral Development This is a review and analysis of previous research that was done. The research was conducted in a...
Moral delemmas
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...can be tricky business so we need to take a look at the values and concepts exposed by well-known philosophers for guidance. Both ancient and modern philosophers have presented a number of relevant values and concepts that are applicable to our case. For purposes of this essay, let us limit our discussions to the values and ethical concepts of three well-known philosophers, Plato, Aristotle, and Immanuel Kant. II. Relevant Values and Concepts Plato, Aristotle, and Immanuel Kant espouse values and concepts used to resolve different types of moral dilemma. Their approaches to moral dilemma resolution are similar in some aspects but we need to look closely... ?Understanding the Moral Dilemmas Involved in...
Moral development
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...value different ways of behaving and reasoning? How can this be handled in the classroom? Morality cannot be taught as a subject but can be an integral part of education in the school system. However, classrooms and educational institutes encompass children from all over the world coming from diverse cultures and different nations. Teachers have to be careful about what they feed the children with to avoid clash between what they learn at school with what they grasp from home and learn from their cultural values. There are some basic forms of morals that are common to all cultures and...
Moral Dilemma
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...moral dilemma would be recast in an entirely different manner. Therefore, the picture can be redrawn; it is but natural that parents are quite ambiguous about heir real feelings towards a mongoloid infant, since they do have a right to desire a normal infant, but at the same time when an infant has been born, its very independent existence would actually provide independent value in itself, and the parents and the physicians, that is, the people who gave it life, and the people who took medical acre of it, would have a deep obligation to continue to provide care for it, regardless of whether or not they harbor negative and ambiguous feelings towards the infant... Order 116949 Moral Dilemma What exactly...
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