Ethics

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi And

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi And His Ethics

Values do not exist in a vacuum, which is one of their most important characteristics. They require ...

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Work Culture

Work Culture

Work culture is the sum total of an organization's values, beliefs, and principles, and it is influe...

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Codes of Ethics And Codes of C

Codes of Ethics And Codes of Conduct

Although the terms "codes of ethics" and "codes of conduct" are frequently used interchangeably, the...

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Utilitarianism

Utilitarianism

Utilitarianism is a normative-consequentialist ethical theory in which the locus of right and wrong ...

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Ethical Altruism

Ethical Altruism

INTRODUCTION: •    Altruism is defined as acting in the best interests of others rat...

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Descriptive Ethics

Descriptive Ethics

The study of people's moral beliefs is known as descriptive ethics. •    It necessit...

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Non-Cognitivism: Emotivism And

Non-Cognitivism: Emotivism And Prescriptivism

•    Moral statements, according to non-cognitivists, have no substantial truth condi...

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Dimensions of Ethics

Dimensions of Ethics

•    Metaethics, normative ethics, and applied ethics are the three main areas of eth...

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Human Actions

Human Actions

•    Ethics is primarily concerned with human behavior.   •    ...

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Meaning of Ethics

Meaning of Ethics

Ethics as part of Philosophy: •    The word philosophy comes from the Greek word phl...

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Corruption

Corruption

Corruption is the misappropriation of public funds or a public position for personal gain. When cont...

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Media Ethics

Media Ethics

The eternal message of the Rigveda, given several millennia ago, signifying the freedom of expressio...

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