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  • Responsibility For Humanity O If
    455 words
    Sartre's View 1. Existence Precedes Essence / Subjectivity is the Starting Point o Freedom for Self o You are the center of your own value system o As a free agent, you spin your web o You are thrown in to the world, then you create yourself, your nature, your essence o Atheistic view of self and how we exist: it gives no explanation for who we are as because of a higher power o There is no soul that existed before one is born and will live on after one dies; there is just humans as matter o We ...
  • Self Control Therapy
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    ALBERT BANDURA 1925 - present Dr. C. George Boere e Theory Behaviorism, with its emphasis on experimental methods, focuses on variables we can observe, measure, and manipulate, and avoids whatever is subjective, internal, and unavailable -- i.e. mental. In the experimental method, the standard procedure is to manipulate one variable, and then measure its effects on another. All this boils down to a theory of personality that says that one's environment causes one's behavior. Bandura found this a...
  • Self Interest And Social Responsibility
    385 words
    Frank tries to refute Friedman, as Arrow previously did. Frank considers the one responsibility that Arrow ignores, that the action that the CEO of a company takes in self interest, and may also be socially responsible. Friedman offers cloaking. Repeated interaction, the use of paying on time, all look socially responsible but they are not. They are forms of prudence. We need them. These types of interactions, which involve honest people are illustrations of prudent self interest work. When ther...
  • Self Responsibility Of The Querent
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    I'd never really thought of placing my own ethics in this site but as several people have asked to this list, I thought 'Well, why not?' I began like most people, with a basic concept of being honest, and over the years added to this 'code of ethics' and refined it to what it is right now. Often I have found myself doing things just because I 'have always done it this way', not thinking to mention it as part of my ethics when speaking on the subject. And then their are times when I look this ove...
  • Responses To Stimulus
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    What is reductive psychology I took the subway after a whole day of work. It was already 7 PM, but the heat of the severe summer of Buenos Aires didn t dismiss the daylight yet. The subway was full. The people felt bothered by the closeness of their neighbors, sources of heat. We did our best to fight against our irrepressible wishes to shout, to push everybody else far from our reach. He didn t. The heat, the pressure in the office, the air feeling like soup (we were the noodles), some argue wi...
  • Crybabies And Busybodies Need
    416 words
    A Nation of Finger Pointers Submitted by I. IDENTIFICATION OF ARTICLE. Article: A Nation of Finger Pointers. Author: Lance Morrow Magazine: Time Date: August 12, 1991 Pages: 14-15 II. SUMMARY OF ARTICLE. The moral images of self-sufficiency and stoicism that were key in the foundation of this country have been replaced by the bossy busybody and the spineless crybaby. The busybody is a character that tells everyone how to lead their lives. He / she are the people responsible for political correct...

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