A person who’s honest is not weak or fragile, instead, dares to practice honesty, to be considered trustworthy, and to be transparent in everything they do. They stand for their own beliefs. Why do people tend to lie? Simply because the truth can be hurtful, but it will never compare to a lie. They justify this action by saying that they are protecting people they love from the truth; though I don’t think this is a useful action since the truth always comes out.
Simply because ethics is necessary to successfully coach someone; additionally, coaching is about helping someone to do the best they can with the situation, challenge, or job at hand. Why should ethical considerations be a part of the coaching process? Ethical considerations should be a part of the coaching process because they keep everyone involved inside a safe zone (Masson n.d). Both the coach and coachee must be assured that they will not feel threatened or uncomfortable. Being ethical
Granger says that all his group wants to do is “keep the knowledge [they] think [they] will need intact and safe.” This shows that this group does not simply fight against those who disagree with them. They live to preserve knowledge because they understand the importance of it. This greatly contrasts how the society itself reacts to those who disagree with the system. They fight, burn, and destroy anything they think is too
Which means that the therapist does not have façade (like psychoanalysis).The therapist’s interior and outer experience are one in the same. In short, the therapist is authentic. Therapist need to provide the client with unconditional positive regard (Saul McLeod 2015). The therapist needs an attitude of "I 'll accept you as you seem to be." So, therapist must always careful and maintain a positive attitude to the client.
Two are duties to ourselves - namely that of cultivating our intellectual talents and preserving ourselves (hence forbidding suicide), and two are duties to others, namely honesty in promises and helping them to achieve their own ends (G 4:29-30). I will discuss the plausibility (and implausibility) of two of these examples. First, to discuss the most plausible of these examples, I will assess our duty toward others to contribute to the fulfillment of their ends. This example encourages that we not only refrain from taking away from other’s happiness but that we actively and positively work to contribute to others’ happiness (G 4:430). I think that this is plausible and effective because, as Kant argued, if this standard was universalized - in other words, if everyone worked to contribute to their own, and to each other’s happiness and wellbeing - we can potentially actualize the virtues of harmonious and respectful coexistence.
This ensures that the ruler will be honest and in the best interest of the group as a whole. Additionally, Castiglione believed virtue was related to prudence in the way that a person can decipher right from wrong. He also believed that when men engage in imprudence, it puts them at risk for making false judgement (292). He wanted to indicate that when a person disregards morals, they invite the possibility of inconsistency within their moral judgement. This could possibly cloud their judgement in the future in regards to morals.
Being able to trust people is extremely important to our well-being and by committing to an act-utilitarian case by case evaluation method, people become less reliable and trustworthy. Rule-utilitarianism avoids this issue as they are are committed to rules which generate positive expectation effects which tells us how people are likely to behave. While rule-utilitarians do not deny that there are people who are not trustworty, it is clear that their moral code condemns violations of trust as wrongful rather than the act-utilitarian approach which supports the moral view that has the effect of undermining trust. We should, 'therefore accept rules against…breaking promises and violating people's rights because following them as a regular practice promotes general welfare' (Rachels,
A friend is someone who cares for you and supports you. The three most important qualities for a friend to possess are trust, care, and being nonjudgmental. Trust is important because you should be able to tell your friend anything. A friend should be trustworthy. You should trust that your friend would not share information that you share with them.
However, from the other three principles, the “Golden rule” principle, the “Relationship” principle, and the “Community” principle, these all directly correlate to how one should act in a wronging situation. They all give proof that it is not necessary to wrong someone who has wronged you in order to make a right. However, just because we have proof that it’s a better answer to let it go than to wrong someone who has wronged you, in no way means that people will stop wronging people who have wronged
In this level, right conduct is very important for an individual which directly benefits himself. According to this level, individuals are motivated by their willingness to avoid punishment or by their desire to satisfy their own needs or by the pressure of the power exercised by them. This level is related to the moral development of children and some adults who never want to go beyond a certain limit. ii) The Conventional Level This level deals with the respect for conventional rules and authority. As per this level the rules and norms of one’s family or group or society have been accepted as the absolute standard of morality.