Chapter 4 Ethics

January 5, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Social Science
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Justice

Justice

Respect for Persons

Justice

Respect for Persons

View of human nature Humans are…

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice

Respect for Persons

View of human nature Humans are…

Value of duty toward people

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice

Respect for Persons

View of human nature Humans are…

Value of duty toward people Working out of duty

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice

Respect for Persons

View of human nature Humans are…

Value of duty toward people Working out of duty

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice View of human nature Humans are…

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

Value of duty toward people Working out of duty

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Important value is primacy of the group

View of human nature Humans are…

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

Value of duty toward people Working out of duty

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

View of human nature Humans are…

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Value of duty toward people Working out of duty

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Important value is freedom of the individual

View of human nature Humans are…

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Value of duty toward people Working out of duty

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

View of human nature Humans are…

Value of duty toward people

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Human equality.

Working out of duty

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

The primary idea is that everyone is the same

View of human nature Humans are…

Value of duty toward people

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Human equality.

Working out of duty

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Individuals are appreciated Justice and affirmed for who they are

View of human nature Humans are…

Value of duty toward people

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Human equality.

Human dignity, autonomy.

Working out of duty

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Value of duty toward people

Human equality.

Human dignity, autonomy.

Working out of duty

“Fairness.” Equality is best, except when inequality helps everyone.

Overriding value is “fairness”

View of human nature Humans are…

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Value of duty toward people

Human equality.

Human dignity, autonomy.

Working out of duty

“Fairness.” Equality is best, except when inequality helps everyone.

Applying natural or universal law to all persons in that we respect them.

Overriding value is the value of each person.

View of human nature Humans are…

How applied to business?

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Value of duty toward people

Human equality.

Human dignity, autonomy.

Working out of duty

“Fairness.” Equality is best, except when inequality helps everyone.

Applying natural or universal law to all persons in that we respect them.

How applied to business?

Obey law, provide fair rules, no discrimination.

Fairness, equality

View of human nature Humans are…

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Value of duty toward people

Human equality.

Human dignity, autonomy.

Working out of duty

“Fairness.” Equality is best, except when inequality helps everyone.

Applying natural or universal law to all persons in that we respect them.

How applied to business?

Obey law, provide fair rules, no discrimination.

Respect employees as people not tools.

Respect of the individual

View of human nature Humans are…

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice

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How applied to business?

Obey law, provide fair rules, no discrimination.

Respect employees as people not tools.

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

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Respect for Persons

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Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice View of human nature Humans are…

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

Respect for Persons

Western civilization …rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Value of duty toward people

Human equality.

Human dignity, autonomy.

Working out of duty

“Fairness.” Equality is best, except when inequality helps everyone.

Applying natural or universal law to all persons in that we respect them.

How applied to business?

Obey law, provide fair rules, no discrimination.

Respect employees as people not tools.

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

Justice Controlled economy

Respect for Persons

…social animals. Require social structures to maintain needed communities.

…rational, free, able to make own choices, foresee consequences, take responsibility

Value of duty toward people

Human equality.

Human dignity, autonomy.

Working out of duty

“Fairness.” Equality is best, except when inequality helps everyone.

Applying natural or universal law to all persons in that we respect them.

How applied to business?

Obey law, provide fair rules, no discrimination.

Respect employees as people not tools.

View of human nature Humans are…

Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society

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