The paper posits the requirements for the younger generations today and in the future, discusses the utilitarian ideal, and then argues against the application of the ideal to the instant case. At the same time, however, there can certainly be regard for a larger purpose.For some businesses, commitment to a larger purpose would be simply learning the difference between right and wrong, while others take a more responsible view of the role they play in the lives of their employees, their customers, and ultimately how they affect the world.
The concept of utilitarianism, and its applicability to the discussion, is included as well. : A 10 page examination of the question of the need for mans morality as supported by Nietzsche, a German philosopher most often known for what is perceived as his opposition to morality.
Concludes that Nietzsches work actually supports rather than denounces the need for morality. : This 5 page research paper examines the term "democratic prejudice" which is used by Friedrich Nietzsche in his 1887 treatise, The Genealogy of Morals.
The good guys listed are Weyerhauser (solid environmental practices), Mary Kay Cosmetics and Southwest Airlines. Those with a high level of ethical standards have the added advantage of dedicated and loyal employees who do their best for their company and for its customers. The concepts of right and wrong seem so simple on the surface.
Success can come by way of meanness and shortcut, but it means more when it is achieved through ethical behavior as exhibited by Weyerhauser, Mary Kay and Southwest Airlines. Websters defines morality as adherence to a standard of "right human conduct." Superficially, that definition would be easy for the "simple" to understand.
Check out this list, each of which is accompanied by a link to a news item that will help. Can one business make a difference to a global problem? Is it ethically OK to violate private property in order to reduce suffering?
(See, for example: Law Forbids Secret Videos of Factory Farms) 5.This paper demonstrates that the current welfare system is based on the moral and ethical choices of society and of the individual, and considers Kant's perspectives on moral obligations in its development. According to Kant and consumer protection groups, there is an inherent danger in this, as despotism is alive at the state level, and that many states are governed arbitrarily by people with special interests.Given this situation, via Kant's advice, it behooves consumers to continue policing all levels of government in order to find the protection from harm to which they are entitled. : A 6 page philosophy paper that argues in support of virtues over utilitarian treatment of relatives with a disabling disease such as Alzheimers. Few could argue with Adam Smiths statement that "It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest." Those businesses that refuse to look after their own self interests will not be businesses long enough to have any impact.At the same time, Kant's theories call in to question whether the effects of moral choices, whether good or not, are considered good simply becasue of the intention of the individual making the determination. : This 6 page research paper examines the morality principle of German philosopher Immanuel Kant.Specifically discussed are the definition of this principle, its intention, and the necessary components to ensure this "supreme morality." Bibliography lists 4 sources.The essay addresses a variety of issues, including mental illness and religion, but the primary focus is on asceticism. : A 5 page essay on Alasdair Mac Intyre's "After Virtue" and the application of his philosophy to academic dishonesty & ethics.The writer explains his views on emotivism, virtue, and the state of modern moral discourse. : A 5 page paper that considers what elements are necessary for determining the "good life" and happiness.(See, for example: Ethics of Commerce in Alternative Medicine) 8. Are there some things that simply should not be bought or sold? (See, for example: Nestlé Sued Over Child Labour and child labour in Bolivia) 10. (See, for example: Whistleblowers: Alone vs the System) 11. (See, for example: stories about Uber and ethics.) 12. (See, for example: Misleading Headlines About Misleading Advertising: “Dog” Fur Pom Poms on Hats) 13. (See, for example: Does Teaching Ethics Improve Ethics? Philosophers such as Kant and Epictetus are recognized as well as more contemporary views such as those of Carol Gilligan.The reason why man should behave morally is derived after looking at two basic divisions in thought.