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Leadership & Ethics

Ethics:Terms and Associations

Ethical TermAssociation
Kant duty
Cultural norms rules of behavior
Anthropocentric humans rule
Morals right and wrong
Code of ethics professions have these
Teleology ends
Means ends justify
Ends means justify
Fletcher situation
Rational thought based
Character patterns of moral behavior
Personalism people first not laws
Community or individual
Monotheism one god
Law primary or secondary or positive or natural
Religion a set of beliefs based on teachings
Happiness factor greatest good for greatest #
Social contract protects lives and property
Correct factually true
Machiavelli The Prince
Excesses positive extremes
Polytheistic many gods
Good common
Right morally true
Pragmatism what is practical
Divine supernatural being
Deficiencies negative extremes
Worldview beliefs about how the world works
Proactive forethought driven decisions
Dilemma right vs. right
Relative it depends
Ethical spheres you or group or society or world
Mercy or justice
Human nature traits shared by all humans
Benedict cultural relativism
Theological volunteerism divine command theory
Ontological nature of being
Holistic all of something
Long term or short term
Bentham utilitarianism
Personality traits of mind & behavior
Aquinas natural
Values things that have personal worth
Loyalty or truth
Egoistic self centered
Legalism by the book
Reactive circumstance driven decisions
Pleasure absence of pain
Absolute universal
Ayn Rand objectivism
Ethics the study of morals
Self evident you know it when you see it
Deontology means focused
Goodwill right thing for the right reason
Antinomianism total freedom
Lack of foresight most severe ethical failure for leader
Aristotle virtue
Virtue opposite of vice
Freewill ability to choose
Altruistic other centered
Created by: clrude