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Virtue ethics is a term used for a set of principals which emphasize the role of character and virtue in moral philosophy, rather than doing something with the intent of profit or gain. An example of this is treating others with kindness and respect simply because it is the right thing to...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is C, Defining what is right and wrong for an individual or a community. We all have guidelines that we try to follow. These guidelines are called morals. Everyone's morals and morality differ, based on the guidelines they choose to follow. The first set of...Read More

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I would ask who ever gave it to me abd then ask the why did they give it to me and then i would investigate

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The correct answer to this question is A, According to utilitarianism, an action is morally right if it results in the greatest amount of good for the greatest amount of people affected by the action. In other words, the theory states that actions are right if they bring a large number of...Read More

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Yes. It's essential that you practice transparency with anyone in a meeting in which you're representing your company and are engaged in an exchange of information that will be recorded. As well, transparency alerts those present that off the record or personal comments would be captured, so they...Read More

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There have been court cases where during lunch someone wrote entrepreneurial ideas down on a napkin. Then years later found his ideas spawed a company and an industry. He sued and one. But that is law primarily, not ethics. Certainly unethical. Moral: Don't lunch without a laptop.

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Interesting that the above first answer says, "to foster integrity in our service to clients and the public." That sounds like a primary outward (public) benefit to me. But true otherwise. The code is self-accepted, self-monitored and self-policed. (That is, unless someone turns you in for an...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is C, Defining what is right and wrong for an individual or a community. In life, there are guidelines that we all abide by or at least attempt to follow. Those guidelines are morals. Most of the morals that people follow are from a religious standpoint. For...Read More

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To enhance the global relationships is not a reason why firms tend to engage in business ethics. Business ethics, which is also referred to as corporate ethics, is a form of ethics that focuses on the principles or problems that exist in a business environment. These ethics have their ori...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is E, Ethical companies are more likely to achieve government funding and local funds. Business ethics may also be referred to as corporate ethics. They are a set of guidelines for how a business should operate. The guidelines are for the business and t...Read More

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