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My Personal Code of Ethics
Pages 8 (2008 words)
[Professor’s Name] [Writer’s Name] [Course Title] [Date] Personal Code of Ethics Every individual on this planet, whether or not he realizes, has a personal code of ethics. At times, that personal code of ethics is not technically personal but the same code of ethics is being shared by many people due to their association to a group, community, society, religion or other that requires them to uphold a specific code.
220-221). This paper is an attempt to summarize my code of ethics for dealing with decisions concerning the individuals around me, the society, and myself. This paper would construct a brief code of ethics in light of my thoughts and experiences and would highlight that where these ethical norms appear to be in line or are inspired by the words, ideas, and theories of ethical theorists and philosophers. Beliefs and obligations to the society When it comes to my beliefs and obligations to the society, I believe that they are greatly in line with the utilitarian principle greatest good for the greatest number of people. The idea of greatest good for greatest number of people is the cornerstone of the ethical theory known as utilitarianism (Copp, pp. 41-47). Founded by Jeremy Bentham and nourished by John Stuart Mill (Copp, pp. 41-47), this school of thought comes under the umbrella of teleological ethical theories or consequentialism which believes that the consequences are and should be the prime criteria for determining the moral worth and status of actions (Copp, pp. 41-47). ...
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