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1.) American philosopher Joseph Desjardins suggest that utilitarianism is a moral philosophy that tell us to look to the consequences of our action.
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2.) American philosopher Joseph Desjardins mentions that human rights theories emphasize the consequences of our actions toward others.
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3.) American philosopher Joseph Desjardins suggests that moral theories are codifications of very simple patterns of thinking.
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4.) In Kantian ethics, what philosopher Immanuel Kant calls “hypothetical imperatives” are Anonmoral commands that depend on our personal interests and desires.
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5.) Supererogatory actions are those routine actions that any person of moderate courage and capacity should be morally required to perform, when the need for such action arises.
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6.) Utilitarianism is the consequentialist theory that an action is right when it promotes the individual’s best interests.
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7.) Kant believed that the categorical imperative is binding on all rational creatures, regardless of their specific goals or desires and regardless of the consequences.
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8.) Kantian categorical imperatives are consistent with ethical relativism, which is the view that right and wrong depends on the culture we live in (or who we are).
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9.) Philosopher Immanuel Kant’s categorical imperative is a moral imperative that applies to everyone no matter what their personal interests or desires are.
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10.) A laissez-faire form of economy would, by necessity, require extensive government intervention.
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11.) American philosopher John Rawls’ “difference principle” is a principle that states that inequalities are just only when they benefit the most advantaged people.
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12.) Libertarianism is a theory of justice that states that we should have a free market (or something very close to a free market), with little government interference.
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13.) In American philosopher John Rawls’ notion of the “original position”, the hypothetical inhabitants of such a position are not only self-interested but also fully knowledgeable of their age, gender, health, geographic location, nationality, and level of education.
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14.) The libertarian theory of justice emphasizes social welfare and equal distribution of benefits to each member of the society.
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15.) An oxymoron is a combination of two contradictory terms.
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16.) GAAP refers to the genetically amplified applications for production, one of the most important manufacturing principles that govern production of goods in a democratic society such as the United States.
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17.) It is inconceivable that moral questions arise from the tension created by trying to produce a new product for market as quickly as possible, while also creating and testing a product for high quality and safety.
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18.) A defense of slick ad campaigns to enlist willing customers to purchase a product or service is defended by claiming that customers are often happier as a result or consequence of their purchase; this emphasis reflects the utilitarian perspective about moral right or wrong behavior.
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19.) A defense of slick ad campaigns to enlist willing customers to purchase a product or service is defended by claiming that customers are often happier as a result or consequence of their purchase; this emphasis reflects the universal ethics perspective about moral right or wrong behavior.
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20.) Internal auditors, who often sitting on the right side of management, can and should always side with their company, regardless of the effect on people outside the company, such as customers and society at large.
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21.) The Ghillyer text notes that the high rise in corporate growth and power has seen matching rates in our improved quality of life.
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22.) Henry Ford II argued, in 1969, that the social contract between business and society has and will remain fundamentally unchanged, allowing businesses to function with their primary and sole reason for being: to produce profit.
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23.) The term ‘triple bottom line’ refers to company budget reports where expenditures for bribes, customer entertainments, trips, and extortion funds have been recorded by certain unscrupulous businesses.
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24.) Altruistic CSR’s are those that reflect how much profit a company has accrued, in order to provide extra funding for refurbishing of a company
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25.) A company instituting altruistic CSR’s in order to increase their profitability through positive-imaging would be considered ethical from a purely utilitarian point of view, so long as the overall imp
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