• Ethical Decision Making Ground Rule
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    Decision-making skills in a business environment are critical for continued company growth and progress. Personal or business ethics can have a substantial impact on how decisions are made. In order for decisions to be ethically defensible it must contain specific elements. The basic elements in ethical decisions are ground rules. Ground rules can be composed of informal ethical believes of business ethics. The determining factor of an ethical decision will be based on which ground rule is used....
  • Presuppositions Of The Game Theory
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    Presuppositions of The Game Theory Soloman believes that as the game theory gets more sophisticated, we tend to lose sight of the problem rather than solve it. He sees the problem as how to get people to think about business and about themselves in an Aristotelian rather than a neo-Hobbesian (or even a Rawls ian) way, which the game theoretical models simply presuppose. Soloman discusses seven presuppositions in the first section of his 'Ethics &Excellence' book. They are: rationality and pruden...
  • Spike Lee Moral Rules Thing
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    Doing the right Thing What do you think Spike Lee intended us to conclude? I think Spike Lee wanted his audience to conclude that there are many solutions to one problem, Depending on your moral rules. Who's to say what is morally right or wrong. Did Mookie do the right thing? Did anybody? No, Mookie did not do the right thing. According to my moral rules that is. By throwing the trash can through the window Mookie only made the situation worse. I don't feel that anybody did the right thing. Al...
  • Nature Rules Universe Earth
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    The rules of nature are rules that cannot be broken, they are static and will always be there. The rules of nature are so great that even giants like the sun and the moon must follow them. The earth itself must spin around the sun and the forces of gravity are so great that not even an object of such mass can bend them. As humans we must follow these rules or else we will perish. We must understand that our flesh and bones are not and if our flesh and bones are to come in contact with an object...
  • Group Work Outline Making Process
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    Group Conflict Resolution Annotated Outline I. Introduction In this section, we will state our topic, which is group conflict resolution. We will present the subtopics we will focus on in the paper. We will briefly tie the four subtopics into each other under the umbrella topic of group conflict resolution. II. Common Conflicts This section will discuss common conflicts that arise in groups. We will pay particular attention to conflicts that we believe are likely to occur in our group based on ...
  • Soccer Rules Official Defined
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    The official soccer rules are called the 'Laws of the Game' and are revised annually (usually in July) by FIFA (pronounced 'FEE' fun'), the world soccer governing body, but youth organizations usually adjust the rules to fit children. Typical adjustments are field sizes, game lengths, number of players per team, the number and frequency of substitutions, 'offside' is sometimes not called, and slide tackling is sometimes not allowed. Field sizes, ball sizes, length of games & rules vary by age gr...
  • Rules Countries Life Example
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    HOW FREE DO WE WANT TO BE? Just think of the fun we could have if we did not have to follow any rules and regulations. You could go into a shop, fill your basket with all types of fancy goods and leave without paying for them. If you drive, then there would be no need to worry about getting stopped for speeding or dangerous driving. If you are at school you could forget all about learning and play games all day long. It does sound like a good life but would such a system work in reality? If you...
  • Civil Procedure Law Courts Rules
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    The NYC court system was designed to ensure justice for all people. Its purpose is to provide a fair and just evaluation of each individual case and make an unbiased decision based on how the law applies to the facts given. Although, this is how the court system is suppose to be administered, it has fallen short of its responsibilities. Who is to blame for these short-comings? Is it the attorneys who will do whatever it takes to win a case; including lying and stealing? Is it the judges who do n...
  • Act Utilitarian Rules Rule Utilitarianism
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    "The only rational course of action is to allow people to override the rules in the interest of the greatest utility." Act and Rule Utilitarianism are said to be very similar and maybe even collapse into each other when trying to distinguish one from the other. One article has distinguished between act and rule utilitarianism by referring to them as 'extreme' and 'restricted' utilitarianism. This article claims that the extreme or act version of utilitarianism will use the rules of morality as r...
  • Sophocles And Aristotle Oedipus The King
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    Sophocles and Aristotle: The Rules of Writing Writing, particularly story writing, is an art. When a person sets out to create a painting, there are certain rules of composition that need to be followed. In the art of writing, it is the same. There are rules of composition for writing and they must be followed by the writer. Some of these rules date back to Aristotle, who set down some rules for classical drama in his Poetics, a collection of class notes in which Aristotle attempted "to treat of...
  • State Of Nature Freedom To Be Safe
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    If human beings lived in a state of nature they would be free. Free from any form of government. Free from people telling them how to live and how to do their job. These people would have no boss or parents to deal with. Ideally this would be the kind of environment that people would like to live in. Most teenage kids would like the thought of running around not being told what to do. They wouldn t have to come in at a certain time, or eat their vegetables. I think that some adults would like t...
  • Kant Art Has No Rules And Norms
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    According to Kant art has no rules and norms. For him anything that has rules is knowledge, and everything that is knowledge can be made from those rules and norms. The question then is: How can art be made? Going back into history from the prehistoric period, and later Renaissance and Modern times we see that art had always followed different kinds of rules and norms. Some of them were eventually broken, some of them stayed longer than others, but there was always someone who tried to m...
  • Fair Rules Abide Couple
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    Now tell me children, are rules that you abide by fair? Schools in the south are getting more strict each year, parents seem like they are getting tougher as we get older. Are these rules we must abide by fair? It all depends on the rule. I am sure that all of you out there have gotten into an argument with your parents. Yes? Well, you know that you have to abide by those rules that a parent sets. But are they all fair? bed times, Television hours, dating rules, where does it all end? In school,...
  • Business Ethics In The Workplace
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    An Assessment of Business Ethics in My Workplace Ethics in business is fast becoming a major focus and need for most major corporations today. There is everything to gain in having ethics, and for companies that do not have ethics there is everything to lose. Ethics involves knowing right from wrong and then making the decision to do the right thing. "Virtually every professional organization and every corporation has a code of ethics that specifies the behaviors that are required or forbidden" ...
  • Ethical Decision Making Ground Rules
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    The impact of ethics on decision-making is paramount. Ethics is the very fiber that we use to compass our decision-making. It is the very context, the heart and the soul from which all decisions have their basis derived from. In order to form an ethically defensible decision, one must takes great pains to make sure all the angles have been covered. Among the questions that should be asked are: Are all of the stakeholders are being considered in the process? Are all of the moral issues are being ...
  • Jean Valjean Javert Rules Knew
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    Jean Valjean, once a runaway thief, became a major of Ve go. He is a person of justice. Jean employs poor people to work in his fabric. He helps people, because he knows how it is to be poor. Jan Valjean is a republican. He is not a person who wants everything just for himself. He sees France as a better society without dictators. According to him everybody deserves another chance. Javert, the police officer, who is after him, gets another chance. Jean Valjean knew that he will be after him al...
  • Lord Of The Flies
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    For human civilization to function effectively society must have rules, and these must be obeyed" Discuss this statement in relation to 'Lord Of the Flies' and identify how society can learn from events that took place in the novel. What is the message that this book brings to society? Our world is run by laws, which are expected to be followed, understood and respected. Rules are a statement of what is allowed, they keep order in our homes, towns, and countries. We discover while reading "Lord ...
  • Society Rules Nice Helpful People
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    At the fundaments of a perfect society there are always some rules that we should follow. These are the rules that we do not think about in our everyday life. By that we might actually call them "habits." But still it is a matter of behaviour. Some of those rules are even often used by most of people, than for example: remembering to brush your teeth after you wake up or before you go to bed. And I do not mean by that daily toilette is less important and more suffisticated than these ground rule...
  • There Should Be No New Driving Rules
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    Is it always the teenagers to blame? If one teen does some thing bad, or happens to break the law, does that mean all teens do it. Do teens not get nailed for everything gone wrong; not just in the family but in every thing else. Such as driving; every time there is a car accident involving teenagers, it has to be on the news. In BC there must be a thousand car accredits a day, and not all of them involve teenagers; but why does every accident on the news have to be about teens. In life today, t...
  • Philosophy Of Law Command Theory
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    Philosophy Of Law In an attempt to answer the question "What the law is?" Professor J. L. Austin proposes a "Command Theory of Law." One way of understanding this theory of traditional positivism is to compare it to the famous empires of Medieval Japan. These empires consisted of a single Emperor, or a "sovereign", that was considered to have the complete obedience of the people in his empire. Another aspect of his authority is the idea that there is no other political figure higher than the Em...