Ethics

Essay About Accounting Ethics

If someone were to ask you what you thought was the most deceitful profession, certified public accountants would most certainly not be the first to come to mind. That is because CPAs are known and respected for their honesty. The profession goes out of its way to project that image, and there is a certain […]

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Euthanasiaexample

Artificial Intelligence or, AI, seems to be the word on many scientists’ minds at this point in time. The concepts are so close; close enough that they can’t ignore it, but not close enough to grab it. And so we are left to contemplate it, which is technically a good thing, because there would be […]

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Business Ethics – The Enron Scandal

The Enron ScandalEnron was an energy and commodities company based in America which went bankrupt out of fraud perpetrated by the employees which was favored by professionals acting for the company. The scandal developed over time and it came to the public knowledge in October 2001 when the company was restating its financial statements to […]

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Business ethics, as a subject

Business ethics, as a subject, raises a lot of concern in the business entities. Clear demarcations on the boundaries within which ethics is exercised guides all the stakeholders of an organization. The tremendous changes and innovations taking place in technology have brought to attention new issues between managers and employees. Inception and adoption of new […]

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Business Code of Ethics

Shell Oil Company is a multinational corporation that is involved solely in oil products. It is one of the leading oil producing companies in the world. During its early years of incorporation, the company performed its operation solely but later it merged with other oil producing companies. It has employed more than 93, 000 employees […]

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Managerial and Professional Ethics

The article that would be analyzed in this paper is Information Technology Professionals’ Perceived Organizational Values and Managerial Eithics: An Empirical Study. The authors of the article include K. Gregory Jin, Ron Drozdenko, and Rick Basset. Notably, this article is called the Journal of Ethics and published by Springer in 2006. The key focus of […]

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The System of Ethics

Question 1 Mrs. Warren can ethically justify herself to Vivie by making her realize that she took the profession, not for self-interest, but because she had to make ends meet by giving her a good life and quality education. The profession of Mrs. Warren might have started due to the circumstances that did not offer […]

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The Conclusion of Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics

This paper deals with Aristotle’s argument on the identity between theoretical/contemplative activity and the highest human happiness, which Aristotle opposes to partial happiness derived from activities of ethical virtues. The author examines strengths and weaknesses of the Aristotelian view on the connection between contemplative life and happiness, offering the points of both agreement and disagreement […]

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The Analysis of Ethics in the 21 Century

Introduction Ethics is known as a field of philosophy that defines whether the behavior of the individuals shall be considered as right or wrong. Namely, this science elaborates the criterion which is applied to distinguish the types of socially acceptable and, therefore, “normal” demeanor of the individuals and socially unacceptable and, therefore, “deviating” demeanor of […]

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Philosophy – Ethics, Technology, and Engineering

Professional ethics has been a major concern in many countries as technical skills and competence are required to ensure quality production. Lots of lives have been lost due to noncompliance to the engineering code of ethics. All engineers owe a duty of care in their lines of duty. The society depends on their competence as […]

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Ethics of War

Michael Walzer in the book “Just and unjust wars: Amoral argument with historic illustration” examines the surrounding moral issues concerning different theories such as military theories and morality theories. In this way, he looks into the different conflicts from the historical period. He reminds the commentators that “the argument about war and justice is still […]

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Personal Ethics Issue

Personal ethics refers to what an individual considers right or wrong in his actions. Personal ethics is distinguished from business and legal ethics because they do not emanate from personal conscience, but their manipulation comes from the organizations. Personal ethics is crucial because it can affect the whole society or organization. Notably, one of the […]

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Ethics in America

The book, “ethics in America” is one of the books in the world that have tried to explore into the ethical issues that concern academic and the working fields as that of medicine, law, scientific research, business and the military concepts (Newton, 1989). It also involves the conflicts that surround these disciplines of work such […]

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Normative Ethics

Moral theories are majorly concerned with the way of dealing with the questions regarding life; nature of good and bad, right or wrong. There are four major ethical theories whose orientations are different . Their contribution in human life cannot be taken for granted. Firstly, there is the virtue ethics. Philosophers such as Plato, stoics […]

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Ethics Management at Cross-border Enterprise

In any business, there are challenges that the business faces. The management must establish these challenges and come up with strategies on how to counter them. Cross-border businesses are no exception. They are faced with challenges such as compliance with the rules and regulations of both countries. Decentralization could also lead to fraudulent activities. From […]

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Ethics Compromise

Ethics refers to the deep-seated standards of rights and wrong, which is a prescription of how we are supposed to behave in sales management situations of business. It entails doing what is right even in situations where one is tempted to compromise and do what is only right. Failure of sales person to resolve ethical […]

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Ethics Paper

Introduction The term ethics refers to a philosophical concept which is used as guidance to human being. It helps individuals to understand the concept of life in its totality by distinguishing between morality and immorality. Ethics is a very important thing which is applicable in all spheres of life. There is a Meta, normative, descriptive […]

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Ethics and Sports

Sports refer to all forms of competitive physical activities that are organized in a particular pattern. Individuals engage in sports with the aim of improving their physical fitness, earning a living, and getting entertained. The choice of a sport depends on the likes and interests of an individual. Sportsmen and sportswomen are always urged to […]

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Engineering ethics on BP oil Spill

Oil is one of the core industries that are driving the economic state of most oil-producing countries. Investment into the oil industry is quite lucrative because of the high turnover rewards for investors and workers. However, danger posed by mining of oil to the environment cannot be neglected following dire consequences that affect natural life […]

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Aristotle on Virtue Ethics

Virtue ethics primarily entails the description of the rightness or appropriateness of human action as derived from ethical theories. In the modern day world, these virtue ethical theories have been challenged on account of their failure to guide human action in given or predetermined circumstances. The criticism is that there is more focus towards the […]

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Outline the view that there are no rights and wrongs in sexual ethics

Sexual ethics encompasses a wide variety of issues including, abortion, contraception, homosexuality, bisexuality, transexuality, marriage, cohabitation, masturbation, sexual acts, rape, prostitution, sex with animals and pornography. A modern perspective on sexual ethics is that mutual consent of any form of sex is morally acceptable. It is seen as a positive, pleasurable and physical experience. Negotiated […]

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The Motives of Foreign Aid: Ethical or Rewarding

Foreign aid is defined as a form of assistance provided by rich, developed nations to poor, underdeveloped countries. There are many different types of assistance that can be provided, including educational, agricultural, technical, scientific and financial assistance. Individuals, governments, private organizations and businesses can all send foreign aid to Third World countries. This essay in […]

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