Chapter 4 Ethics

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Justice
Justice
Respect for
Persons
Justice
Respect for
Persons
View of human
nature Humans are…
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Persons
View of human
nature Humans are…
Value of duty
toward people
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Persons
View of human
nature Humans are…
Value of duty
toward people
Working out of
duty
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Persons
View of human nature
Humans are…
Value of duty toward
people
Working out of duty
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
View of human nature
Humans are…
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
Value of duty toward
people
Working out of duty
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Important value is
primacy of the group
View of human nature
Humans are…
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
Value of duty toward
people
Working out of duty
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
View of human nature
Humans are…
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value of duty toward
people
Working out of duty
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Important value is
freedom of the individual
View of human nature
Humans are…
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value of duty toward
people
Working out of duty
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
View of human nature
Humans are…
Value of duty toward
people
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Human equality.
Working out of duty
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
The primary idea is
that everyone is the same
View of human nature
Humans are…
Value of duty toward
people
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Human equality.
Working out of duty
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Individuals are appreciated Justice
and affirmed for who they are
View of human nature
Humans are…
Value of duty toward
people
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Human equality.
Human dignity,
autonomy.
Working out of duty
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value of duty toward
people
Human equality.
Human dignity,
autonomy.
Working out of duty
“Fairness.” Equality is
best, except when
inequality helps
everyone.
Overriding value is
“fairness”
View of human nature
Humans are…
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value of duty toward
people
Human equality.
Human dignity,
autonomy.
Working out of duty
“Fairness.” Equality is
best, except when
inequality helps
everyone.
Applying natural or
universal law to all
persons in that we
respect them.
Overriding value is
the value of each
person.
View of human nature
Humans are…
How applied to
business?
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value of duty toward
people
Human equality.
Human dignity,
autonomy.
Working out of duty
“Fairness.” Equality is
best, except when
inequality helps
everyone.
Applying natural or
universal law to all
persons in that we
respect them.
How applied to
business?
Obey law, provide fair
rules, no discrimination.
Fairness, equality
View of human nature
Humans are…
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value of duty toward
people
Human equality.
Human dignity,
autonomy.
Working out of duty
“Fairness.” Equality is
best, except when
inequality helps
everyone.
Applying natural or
universal law to all
persons in that we
respect them.
How applied to
business?
Obey law, provide fair
rules, no discrimination.
Respect employees as
people not tools.
Respect of the
individual
View of human nature
Humans are…
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Judaeo-Christian Persons
…rational, free, able to
View of human
nature
View of
human …social animals.
Made in image of God but
structures make own choices,
Humans are…
nature. HumansRequire social
through sin inclined toward
to maintain needed
foresee consequences,
are…
evil.
communities.
take responsibility
Human equality.
Human dignity,
of duty toward
Value ofValue
duty toward
Human dignity.
autonomy.
people people
out of duty
Application
ofApplying
biblical laws.
“Fairness.” Equality
is
natural or
Working Working
out of duty
best, except when
universal law to all
inequality helps
persons in that we
everyone.
respect them.
Respect
employees
as people,
How applied in business?
not tools, Golden Rule.
How applied to
business?
Obey law, provide fair
rules, no discrimination.
Respect employees as
people not tools.
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Respect for
Persons
Humans
nature.are…
Humans
are…
…social animals.
Made in image of
Require social structures
God but through sin
to maintain needed
inclined toward evil.
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value
Valueofofduty
dutytoward
toward
people
people
Human equality.
Human dignity.
Human dignity,
autonomy.
Working out of duty
“Fairness.” Equality is
best, except when
Application of biblical
inequality helps
laws.
everyone.
Applying natural or
universal law to all
persons in that we
respect them.
Obey
law,employees
provide fairas
Respect
rules,
no not
discrimination.
people,
tools,
Respect employees as
people not tools.
Judaeo-Christian
View
Viewofofhuman
humannature
Working out of duty
How applied to
How applied in
business?
business?
Golden Rule.
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
View of human nature
Humans are…
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
Respect for
Persons
Western civilization
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value of duty toward
people
Human equality.
Human dignity,
autonomy.
Working out of duty
“Fairness.” Equality is
best, except when
inequality helps
everyone.
Applying natural or
universal law to all
persons in that we
respect them.
How applied to
business?
Obey law, provide fair
rules, no discrimination.
Respect employees as
people not tools.
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
Justice
Controlled economy
Respect for
Persons
…social animals.
Require social structures
to maintain needed
communities.
…rational, free, able to
make own choices,
foresee consequences,
take responsibility
Value of duty toward
people
Human equality.
Human dignity,
autonomy.
Working out of duty
“Fairness.” Equality is
best, except when
inequality helps
everyone.
Applying natural or
universal law to all
persons in that we
respect them.
How applied to
business?
Obey law, provide fair
rules, no discrimination.
Respect employees as
people not tools.
View of human nature
Humans are…
Chart by Lisa Newton in “Taking Sides – Clashing Views in Business Ethics and Society
End of Program.
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