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ETHICS in PRACTICE- CASE STUDY
Pages 8 (2008 words)
Running Head: Ethics in Practice - Case Study Ethics in Practice - Case Study [Writer’s Name] [Institute’s Name] Ethics in Practice - Case Study Introduction This paper is an attempt to explore the case of a reporter of a local community newspaper who is faced with an ethical dilemma.
More importantly, the reporter’ friend’s Jane Ryan who is publishing this article is aware of the fact that he had access to those photos since he was added as a friend of one of those teachers on facebook. All expect one of the photos were accessible to other but only to a few friends. The paper is an attempt to get into the shoes of that reporter and help solve the ethical dilemma. Discussion The point, which is important here to note is that by not allowing that article to the published, one, would be upholding the principles of “liberty” and “freedom”. Analysis has indicated only a handful of prominent philosophers in the Western world that have not gone on to mention “liberty” as a value or virtue. Whether it is Karl Marx or John Stuart Mill, John Rawls or Kant, Nietzsche or Aristotle, they all believe that liberty and freedom is what makes the integral part of the human essence. In the absence of freedom and liberty, humans are very much similar to other animals. In fact, John Rawls, one of greatest philosophers of the 21st century has gone to elaborate the concept of liberty and its limits in a great manner, which says, “Liberty can only be restricted for liberty itself” (Corey, Corey & Callanan, pp. 64-67, 2010). ...
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