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Transcript of ETHICS
We study the works of Emerson (1993) and smile at the ideals of self-reliance while guiltily acknowledging the realities of conformity... how can each of us face this paradox and find a response that honors our humanity and balances our uniqueness with our need to affiliate with others?" (In Shaprio and Gross: Ethical Educational Leadership in Turbulent Times)
What Are Ethics
Are morals or beliefs that govern a person's or group's behavior.
Deals with moral principles
Ethics has to do with religion
Ethics also have to do with the law
"Personal wisdom versus authority seems to be at the heart of our existence. If we merely obey authority, we are robbed of our humanity and the possibility of living in a democratic community. The Nuremberg Trials of the Nazi war made it clear that... claims of obedience to authority were no defense from criminal acts. This (there) is a contradiction flowing from a paradox. We cheer
whistle-blowers who reveal corporate or governmental misdeeds, yet we stand by and watch those same heroes lose their jobs and some times risk arrest while corruption quietly roots itself in new gardens.
By: Baljinder Dheri, Joan Chung, Katherine Lin, and Jasmeen Kaur
HOW DO YOU LIKE THE COLORS????? DID I MISS ANY OF YOUR FAVORITES?!?!?! I DID THIS REALLY FAST SO IF YOU WANT TO CHANGE IT, I WONT GET HURT
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What Role does Ethics Play in Governments?
Decide when new laws need to be made
To determine laws' effectiveness
Guideline and rules for government
identifies what correct behaviors are in situations and establishes rules of conduct to be followed
Can We Achieve Equality, Equity, and Social Justice Through Democracy Without Ethics?
We often think about "vision verses authority". Authority just seems to always set a boundary for us.; it seems like when people are under authority, people are pressured into doing something successful which can be hard.
"We are robbed of our humanity" which is true because if we are doing whatever the authority wishes we as an individual person do not have any opinion and can't be diverse.
"The ultimate authority must always rest with the individual's own reason" is true because no one else should have the right to force their opinions onto you. Ultimately, we are the owners of our selves.
"If we merely obey authority..." is true. By constantly obeying, we are giving up all of our power to government and too much power makes a person corrupt, taking away all of their moral and ethical values.
Thoughts, Feelings, and Opinions
How it affects people
is a big part of everyone's life. Ethics is affects society and consists of the standards of behavior our society accepts.
The majority of conflict
between groups of people depends on their own views on what is right and what is wrong. The way that an individual behaves is usually based on their own ethics.
Ethics are what ensure that any government policies made will be for the good of the people.
ethics promote good governance of the people, keeping our leaders from becoming self-seeking and ignorant of the public's needs
No we cannot achieve equality, equity and Social Justice through democracy without ethics. If we did not have our ownn ideas and no one contributes their ideas to the government, our government would not be based on democracy.