Veterinary & Animal Ethics
.... Chapter 2: Veterinary and Animal Ethics
assumptions are made by veterinarians, just as they are made by other professionals. ....
.... He would find a closer philosophical
kin in the ethical naturalist, who at least agrees with him hat ethics
are defined and determined by human beings. ....
)Philosophical Views Refusal of Medical Treatment
Views Refusal of Medical Treatment. In .... life. In such cases, the ethics
of death are immediately brought to the fore. ....
)Philosophical Discussion of Manipulation
Discussion of Manipulation. MANIPULATION (Source: Kant, Immanuel: "To the Metaphysical Elements of Ethics
" (1952) Chicago: Great Books of the ....
)Third Party Tax Preparer Ethics
Third Party Tax Preparer Ethics
. .... Further, the analysis considers fiduciary responsibility, obligations to the tax system, and philosophical
)Morality, Ethics and Human Behavior
.... 1989, p. 2). The chapter defines morals as "principles of behavior in accordance with standards of right and wrong" and ethics
as "the philosophical
study of ....
)Personal Theory of Ethics
. For this reason, the critic Richard Rorty has labeled Kant an inverted Platonist, a philosopher who has essentially replicated Plato's philosophical
)Two Cases in Business Ethics
Two Cases in Business Ethics
. The principles of three philosophical
theories will be used to interpret two cases in business ethics
)Aristotle Nicomachean Ethics
.... In Nicomachean Ethics
we see that self-sufficient contemplation of truth by the .... right life, ie, exercise of ration through contemplation if philosophical
)Utilitarianism and Kantian Ethics
This study will examine Utilitarianism and Kantian ethics
in an attempt to devise an alternative approach to ethics
using both philosophical
)Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics
.... To put it another way, politics is the context for the philosophical
structure and development of ethics
, a point that takes up the whole of I.2. In fact ....
)Philosophical Concepts in A Clockwork Orange
Concepts in A Clockwork Orange. This study will use examples related to the topics of religion, self-identity, freedom, and ethics
from Anthony ....
)Kant and Mill on Deontology, Ethics, and Utilitarianism
Kant and Mill on Deontology, Ethics
, and Utilitarianism. Deontology as developed in the philosophical
system of Immanuel Kant and utilitarianism as presented by ....
)Ethics and Aesthetics of Post War France
.... The last major philosophical
figure we will cite to provide a proper context for our examination of the rethinking of ethics
and aesthetics by the mid-20th ....
.... what he found through his own sensibilities and philosophical
thought. .... In Nicomachean Ethics
, Aristotle identifies political science as the discipline that has ....
.... De Bretton Platts, M. Moral Realities: An Essay In Philosophical
Psychology. Routlege, NY: 1991. Denise, TC and Peterfreund, SP Great Traditions in Ethics
)Ideas of Milton Friedman
.... military ethics
, movie and television ethics
, science ethics
, sports ethics
, and so on .... the Friedman Way On the other side of this philosophical
coin, there is a ....
)Philosophical Views of Aristotle & Plato
Views of Aristotle & Plato. .... In the Nicomachean Ethics
, Aristotle carefully considers the issue of responsibility and finds that the human being is ....
)Ethics of Evolution
.... If ethics
were a byproduct of human intellect, then acting in an unethical .... this problem, both defined by Hume: "reasons in a strict and philosophical
sense can ....
)Servant Leadership and Social Work; Ethics
.... Sherwood, DA (2007). Moral, believing social workers: Philosophical
and theological foundations of moral obligation in social work ethics
)Leibniz's Philosophical System
system relied on the foundational principles of noncontradiction and .... represented an 'advance' over Spinoza in whose Ethics
)ETHICS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY Table of Contents IH
.... 1985, pp. 9-15). Ethics
is defined as a philosophical
discipline concerned with human conduct and moral decision making. It searches ....
)Ethics and Western Discourse
.... is just one example of a major Western philosopher who took ethics
as his .... is the beneficiary of several thousand years of serious philosophical
examination of ....
)Existentialism & Sense of Community & Ethics
.... and abstract existence of man in general, as in earlier philosophical
works. .... which is put at the center of existentialism, and because ethics
involves the ....
.... say that lying has no place in business aren't telling the truth." His article takes us more into the philosophical
highways and byways of ethics
, including a ....
)David Hume: Philosophical and Scientific Skepticism
.... Hume demands philosophical
as well as scientific skepticism and a climate of free inquiry, not inquiry limited by institutions. .... The ethics
of belief. ....
)Nursing and Ethics & Law
.... Faculty are drawn from those specializing in the philosophical
side of nursing .... course then addresses thematic problems and dilemmas in clinical ethics
such as ....
)Ethics of Genetic Engineering
.... has, in many ways, outpaced the best efforts of theology, politics, and ethics
. .... It is difficult to conceive of a medical or philosophical
frontier that lies ....
)Philosophical Views of Spinoza
.... interplay of parts." To buttress this idea, Spinoza set an example of courage, both personal and philosophical
, that was .... The Psychology and Ethics
of Spinoza. ....
)Corporate Governance, Insider Trading, and Ethics: A Review of the ...
.... spirit: The evolution of compliance into ethics
. American Business Law Journal, 46(3), 453-486. .... Fear of relativism?. Philosophical
Studies, 141(3), 379-390.