The term ethics describes the topic, idea, study, analysis, and discussion, of the hypothetical criteria for assessing the appropriateness of behaviors, decisions, actions, and/or intellectual positions. Some commonly cited ethical criteria might include culture, religion, philosophy, reason, logic, science, or nature.
In it's simplest form, ethics are the actions we take to accomplish the greater good. What is the greater good? In it's simplest form, it is the greatest good to the greatest amount. It is what constitutes the greatest good to the greatest amount that can become complicated. First of all we all operate on different levels of awareness and the greater good looks differently to people on each level of awareness. Secondly we are all to one degree or another compelled by our feelings. There are some who are better than most at mastering and controlling their feelings. It seems that most people to one degree or another are hopelessly trapped inside their swirling emotions making decisions in day to day life based on how they're feeling. The greater good looks differently depending on how your feeling.
If it is true that the greater good looks differently on different levels and looks differently from different emotional viewpoints, then it is possible that the lower our level of awareness, the lower and more morose our emotions the further we get from the greater good. The higher the level of awareness and the higher and more serene our emotions the closer we get towards the greater good. When we look and listen to the wise men and women of today it is clear they are operating on a higher level of awareness than most of us. It is clear that they remain serene and happy consistently and rarely fall past anger in terms of emotional outbursts and when they do show anger it is usually righteous anger intended to improve the emotional states of others. If their higher level of awareness and high emotional state are factors in their wisdom and if their wisdom is a factor in arriving at the greater good then it may theorized that it is important to be wise to optimize arrival at the greater good. It is important to keep raising our level of awareness and to stay emotionally serene or happy, at the very least have mild interest if we are to be wise.
There are ethicists who've found a profession in today's society and you will hear many professionals talk about what is ethical and what is unethical and people who will offer up "ethical dilemmas" in order to show that ethics is folly. These skeptics of ethics, these anti-ethicists can be easily spotted by the audacity of their arguments. Take note how most "ethical dilemmas" presented are hypothetical situations that rarely happen in day to day life. Stranger than fictions scenarios where seemingly any move made is unethical. Of these hypothetical situations, like the three men in a two man boat lost at sea dilemma, most people will never find themselves stuck in such a situation to begin with and even if they did, it is not certain that every move is an unethical one. These "ethical dilemma" arguments appeal to people who are operating on a lower level of awareness and need our help in getting them to understand that we are all more than capable of mastering our emotions and operating on a higher level of awareness.
value in ethics
Find or come up with a definition of radical ethics. Outline the ethics of Jesus as you condense them from the evidence. Apply your definition and defend your conclusions.
Your basic morals and ethics.
Health Ethics is making ethical decisions when relating to health issues.
A code of ethics can be defined as a formal statement of ethical principles with regard to some stated activity, such as for example, a doctor's code of ethics, a police code of ethics, a priests code of ethics, etc.
A field of study concerned with the ethics and philosophical implications of certain biological and medical procedures, technologies, and treatments such as organ transplants, genetic engineering, and care of the terminally ill.
Cyber-Ethics is the Ethics applied to the online environment. The treatment of what is and is not cyber-ethical behavior may vary from place to place (K-12, higher education, or workplace).
Ethics of accounting information is providing accounting information to make good economic decisions in the financial statement of the organization.
human+ value+ethics=human value
One definition of ethics is the study of moral principles. Based on that definition, some say that ethics has no place in religion because we are required to obey God's law, not study or criticise it. Others see ethics as broadly encompassing moral principles and the rules for understanding and applying them. The Bible contains some fairly general moral principles but does not cover every situation, nor does it tell us what to do when we have conflicting moral obligations. Ethics can provide the guidance missing from the Bible.
Computer Ethics is a part of practical philosophy which deals with how computing professionals should make decisions regarding professional and social conduct.
Computer ethics is about how computing professionals make decisions about their personal and professional conduct. The exact definition of computer ethics depends on how you define ethics. For instance, moral relativism says that what is right and wrong varies with the individual. Deontology states that actions are to be guided by universal moral principles. Utilitarianism says that things are wrong if others are harmed. Social contract philosophy states that everyone must agree upon what rules to follow so there will be social order. So in short, computer ethics is about how your use of computers impacts other people.
Regular ethics are the science of morals, and morals or little ethics are guidelines of ethics.
The definition of ethics is knowing what is acceptable an unacceptable. To manage ethics means to create a code or policy for all who comply to ethical behavior. Ethical management pertains to training those who are corporate professional, or management so as to better guide those working under them.
Rights-based ethics is the recognition of human dignity at its most basic form. You have these rights merely because of the fact that you are human. There are both positive and negative rights--they are rights that cannot be taken away.
It is the just distribution in society, structured by various moral, legal, and cultural rules and principles
When dealing with business ethics what is the definition or what is envolved with Chapter 75?
difference between ethics and business ethics
What is ethics in IT?
1.Trasactional ethics 2.Participatory ethics 3.Recongnitional ethics
Some types of ethics include justice based ethics, right based ethics, duty based and virtue based ethics.
There is no such word as 'ethis'. - You either mean ethics or ethos."Ethics " is a set of principles of correct conduct."ethos " is the distinctive character, spirit, and attitudes of a people or culture