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OBE 117. BUSINESS AND SOCIETY. ETHICAL REASONING. CRITICAL QUESTIONS?. What Is Ethical Behavior? How Do We Measure It? How Do We Learn How to Do It?. CATEGORIZATION OF ETHICAL THEORIES. CONSEQUENTIALISM DEONTOLOGICAL HUMAN NATURE. CRITICAL QUESTIONS?. WHAT IS HAPPINESS?

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obe 117

OBE 117

BUSINESS AND SOCIETY

critical questions
CRITICAL QUESTIONS?
  • What Is Ethical Behavior?
  • How Do We Measure It?
  • How Do We Learn How to Do It?
categorization of ethical theories
CATEGORIZATION OF ETHICAL THEORIES
  • CONSEQUENTIALISM
  • DEONTOLOGICAL
  • HUMAN NATURE
critical questions1
CRITICAL QUESTIONS?
  • WHAT IS HAPPINESS?
  • CAN ATTRIBUTES OF HAPPINESS BE RANKED? IF SO RANK THEM
consequentialism
CONSEQUENTIALISM
  • Jeremy Bentham, John Stuart Mill (Greatest balance of pleasure and unhappiness
  • ETHICAL EGOISM
    • Maximizes My Good, Harms Me Least
  • UTILITARIANISM
    • Greatest Good To The Greatest Number
      • Act - Each Person Benefit Community By Their Action
      • Rule - Create General Rule
critical questions2
CRITICAL QUESTIONS?
  • WHAT IS DUTY?
  • ARE PEOPLE INHERENTLY GOOD?
  • DO HUMANS HAVE NATURAL RIGHTS?
deontological
DEONTOLOGICAL
  • KANTIAN
    • Good Will - Action freely motivated for right reason
    • Duty - Reason Guides Will. Duty is an act done simply for the sake of what is right.
    • Knowledge of Duty - Determined not from local law or custom, but from respect for all rational beings and from universal principles