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CST3-Ethics

Ethics and Integrity slides

QuestionAnswer
Ethical Decision Any decision that could potentially significantly harm or benefit someone
Complementary Views on Ethics Utilitarianism and Formalism
"Janusian" thinking the ability to look at multiple perspectives simultaneously
Utilitarian View Decisions should achieve the greatest good for the most amount of people; use cost-benefit analysis;
problems with utilitarian view may not be "just", emphasis on quantifiable criteria and that criteria may be manipulated for a desired result
Formalism view of ethics universal moral principles are what decisions are developed on; core values to justify ethical decisions
Problems with Formalistic View complex, dogmatic, ignores individual differences
Why Formalism and Utilitarian Complimentary Utilitarian is prospective because you are thinking about what consequences of actions today are going to be in the future Formalism is retrospective because it seeks compliance with a past decision or situation
Unintential Lapses of Ethical Judgement good people do bad things because they fail to think about the consequences of their decisions
Thoughtless may result from Scripts, distractions, moral exclusion
integrity - Honoring your word quality or state of being complete, whole, perfect, sound, unbroken and unimpared "Without integrity, nothing works."
Keeping your Word Doing what you have said, doing what you know to do, doing what other expect, being willing to be held accountable - UNLESS YOU SAID YOU WERENT GOING TO
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