Essay on Obligation

Billionaire

The subject of the paper is to investigate and analyze the article “What should a Billionaire Give- And what should you?” by Singer. It explains Singer’s argument considering an obligation of the rich to support destitute people. In addition, it establishes why the world needs private charity and donations and why the U.S. government cannot […]

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A Doll’s House: Advantages and Limitations of Dramatic Forms

Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House is a dramatic play that epitomizes the sacrificial role of women, parental and filial obligations, and the unreliability of appearances. The play illustrates the story of the Helmers family, introducing the role and purpose of each character. Moreover the play shows the advantages and limitations of the dramatic form. First […]

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Terms are implied into contracts on many occasions

The terms of a contract describe the duties and obligations that arise under the agreement. Although a term has not been expressed by either party, it is nevertheless contained in the contract. Terms can be expressed or implied. Expressed terms may be expressed orally or in writing. A term may have been omitted by mistake, […]

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Weston LTD v Bloggs & Co

This case presents two problems, firstly under the obligations set out in the contract the traders were required to finish all works by a deadline which was set for the end of November. Secondly the paint specified by the customer did not perform as said by the supplier and had peeled away from the pier […]

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Acountability by Hammond

The importance of accountability and how it relates to the army values. The Webster definition of accountability is an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for ones actions. The main thought for accountability in the army is formations. According to the definition writing this essay is me being accountable for my actions […]

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Ethical Theories

Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary defines “ethics” as the “discipline dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation,” “a set of moral principles or value” or “a theory or system of moral values. ” Ethics assists individuals in deciding when an act is moral or immoral, right or wrong. Ethics can be […]

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Humans’ Moral Obligation to Preserve Endangered Species

Humans’ Moral Obligation to Preserve Endangered Species Many species that exists today are becoming endangered to extinction. In the past era where humans did not exist, extinction occurred due to natural causes. On this present time however, extinction of species are threatened by humans’ existence. Humans are the only moral agent; in which, it has […]

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The importance of the theme of “Duty” in George Elliot’s

After vigilant investigation I have accomplished an understanding that the theme “duty” in the novel Silas Marner has a big impact and means very much. Duty is the moral obligation, which is due. In the novel there are various links to do with duty and the main characters all had a duty to fulfill. Silas […]

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Corporations Obligations Toward Stakeholders Commerce

Recent old ages, the construct of corporate societal duty has all of a sudden become a cardinal facet of the modern corporation, after being declined and argued by concern leaders for many old ages: “ Corporate societal duty has changed from an unrelated and frequently frowned-upon thought to one of the criterion and loosely acknowledged […]

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The Case of Romanian Cigarette Market

CHAPTER VIII. STUDY-CASES 1. THE CASE OF ROMANIAN CIGARETTE MARKET 1. Introduction Among the obligations assumed by Romania by(1) the EU Adhesion Treaty (2)there is the fact that, until 2010, the minimum tax level for cigarettes must be aligned with the minimum tax level of the member states – 57% of the most popular cigarettes’ […]

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Google vs Yahoo Financial Analysis

Dee Wassenberg Columbia College FINC 350 Business Finance Instructor: Darryl Sanborn February 11, 2011 Liquidity ratios, like the current ratio, provide information about a firm’s ability to meet its short time financial obligations. Short-term creditors seek a high current ratio from prospective clients since it reduces their risk. For investors in a company, such as […]

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Critique on Singer’s Solution to World Poverty

Peter Singer had introduced the philosophy that those who are able must contribute to help the poor. He stresses out in his work that it is the moral obligation of those who can afford to provide help for the poor. However, thinking about the different status of a person’s life as stated in the article, […]

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Obligations-and-Contracts Philippine Reviewer

ATENEO CENTRAL BAR OPERATIONS 2007 Civil Law SUMMER REVIEWER OBLIGATIONS AND CONTRACTS TITLE 1 – OBLIGATION • Art. 1156. An obligation is a juridical necessity to give, to do or not to do. (n) • neither party may unilaterally evade his obligation in the contract, unless: a. Contract authorizes it b. Other party assents Parties […]

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Should We Always Tell the Truth

Telling the truth seems to be a rule that we have to follow in any circumstances. We learn not to lie during our childhood, and we try to follow that moral obligation during all our life. However, it is sometimes better not to tell the truth. In certain circumstances, it seems better to lie for […]

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My Digital Ethics

With all the new technology and how young the Internet is there is a need for cyber ethics to be defined and enforced to some degree. Ethics relate to the discipline dealing with what is ethically right or wrong and with moral duty and obligation. People argue that ethics are ethics no matter how they […]

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The Sat Exam

This is a claim of policy because it conveys a sense of obligation and necessity. The claim urges that the college admissions are relying heavily on this exam to evaluate students who the colleges feel would be “fit” to attend their college and that the SAT should not be factor on how students successfulness is […]

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Moral Studies Assignment

1) Explain about the Deontological Theory and state some examples. Deontological moral techniques are recognized by attention to the moral law, the freedom and obligations. To make the right moral choices, we must know that our moral obligations and that the appropriate guidelines exist to control those obligations. When we adhere to our responsibility, we […]

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Legal Tender vs Optional Money

Legal tender is that money which is officially designated by the governments as an adequate instrument for the discharge of obligations stated to be payable in domestic money. A creditor has no legal right to refuse an offer of legal tender money by a debtor in fulfillment of a general monetary obligations. The governments declare […]

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