... utmost attention to them, and hope that their specific field of mathematics is more widely recognized
The concept of making moral decisions based on care is not a foreign concept. I believe this is the
way that most women, (and some good men), naturally face everyday moral dilemmas ...
... demands that we maintain conditions under which caring can flourish. Noddings
further notes specific standards or ideals within a caring relationship including
caring itself, compassion, concern, and sensitivity to context.
The emphasis on sensitivity to context makes it particularly difficult to il ...
... indicates a variety of reasons why other virtues aside from care are necessary for an outline
of ethics. One suggestion is that total engrossment in another individual could be
dangerous, as well as a crutch to one’s own morals. She gives the example of a woman
supporting her Ku Klux Klan husband, t ...
... Explain Lawrence Kohlberg’s theory of moral development as described
in the text, highlighting the connection to the theories discussed in the
Now explain Carol Gilligan’s objection to Kohlberg’s theory and
describe the Ethics of Care. Why is this theory called ‘relationshipcentered ...
... in the distribution of health resources
as opposed to a right to any and all
whether or not they need them
and/or are likely to benefit from them.
. . . Citizens must acknowledge their
responsibility to themselves
to maintain their health
to the best to their abilities.”
... With Right to earn more comes responsibilities to society.
Free enterprise system will continue to operate as long as it
serves the needs of society. How should business help the
needs of society?
Is it only economic? If so, is it OK to blatantly
discriminate if firm is profitable?
Even in the econo ...
... Values - Core beliefs that guide actions.
Morals – Customs, traditions, and beliefs that
are reflected in personal convictions about right
Ethics - Standards of conduct. Ethiko (Greek) –
habit. Two dimensions -prudence (right) and
... A value is defined as “a belief or attitude about the
importance of a goal, an object, a principle or a
behaviour”. Our values are reflected in the choices we
make and in our actions and behaviours. In the health
care professional - patient relationship, each person has
the right to have his/her own ...
... from afar upon individuals in general” (Tong). Within her position, ethical care and natural care
are distinguishable, where ethical care requires a concentrated effort to care, and natural care is
instinctual. Noddings argues one must make time for those one loves and preserve existing
... If action is needed approach the counselor
If the counselor does not want to take action
you need to decide on the course of action
(report to CCA, College of Alberta
Psychologists (www.cap.ab.ca), or other
... Ethics is the study of philosophical ideals of right
and wrong behavior. It is the study of good
conduct, character, and motives. (Iggy, pg.389)
Ethics is the study of social morality and
philosophical reflection on society’s norms and
practices. It is the practical application of moral
... whether a particular action is right or good, virtue
ethics emphasizes the person making the judgments
or doing the actions. I.e., a virtuous person will make
virtuous decisions and act virtuously.
Has its roots in Aristotle (384-322 BCE): stress on
moral education, moderation, and relationships.
... The report was about ethics, its definition, several ethical behavior was mentioned with
their examples. And the report demonstrate how ethics is important in the work place in
general, and in the Management Information System major in particular. In short, there are so
many opportunities for a pers ...