ethic


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ethic

a moral principle or set of moral values held by an individual or group
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Ostensibly it is merely a continuation of the Ethics, but it comes to treat political questions from a purely political standpoint.
Nicomachean Ethics, 1819; mainly from text of Bekker, by D.
Remember, I am enunciating biology and not sentimental ethics.
Ethics education in counseling: A survey of faculty and student views and practices.
2003 by the Professional Ethics Executive Committee and became effective for new engagements on Dec.
This book's focus is on ethical issues in archives management using case studies that put into perspective the principles of the Code of Ethics for Archivists (SAA 1980, revised 1992).
As it stands currently, there is no requirement for cadets to take a course in ethics or morality of war.
Most associations have some sort of code of ethics that sets out minimum standards for honesty and reasonable practices and policies as a means of self-regulation.
Enderle--a Swiss ex-Jesuit fluent in liberation theology as well as economic theory combines a European Catholic social ethics perspective, focused on reforming the economic system, with an American business ethics perspective, focused on corporate responsibility, and a Chinese perspective on the global economy.
And yet most people don't really know what a government ethics program is.
The format allows Arneson to ask similar questions of all scholars while allowing them to tell their stories of how their work with communication ethics has developed.