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The Parable of the Sadhu

School presentation of an ethical dilemma surrounding the Parable of the Sadhu

Ernest Rando

on 31 January 2010

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Transcript of The Parable of the Sadhu

Article 26,
Written by: Bowen H. McCoy The Parable of the Sadhu
Presented by:
Ernest Rando
Olga Sego Few Questions to Think About How much are you willing to sacrifice for others?

Do you think that by providing clothing and food, they really help the Sadhu?

Do you think that individual values interferred with corporate values? Individual Values What would you have done?

Why would you have or have
not helped this Sadhu?

Can or should you help everyone? Values & Action Is failure to act a decision in and of itself?

When is one really tested in their values, individually or corporately? Trust & Corporate Vision Do you trust large organizations?

How do you identify a
corporations vision or ethics?

Is it important to serve the corporate vision?

Is it ethical to not support
one's corporate vision? Collective vs. Individual Do collective ethics differ
from individual ethics?

When do ones individual ethical responsibilities not apply?

When do collective ethical
responsabilities apply? Collective vs. Individual Denis Diderot
(October 5, 1713 July 31, 1784) was a French philosopher, art critic, and writer. He was a prominent figure during the Enlightenment. "There is no moral precept that does not have something inconvenient about it." Eric Arthur Blair (25 June 1903 – 21 January 1950), better known by his pen name George Orwell, was an English novelist and journalist. "On the whole human beings want to be good, but not too good, and not quite all the time." The Class Textbook





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