People think because there are people that come from some of our enemy countries it makes them bad aswell, so we should harm them which makes no sense in doing if they are not a part of it. It is a useless tool that we have been using way to often when there are many other ways to be able to help our country without making a lot of enemies at the same time. Torture is something our government has been depending on to help them but we need to have better ways in
Many a time the management is faced with a dilemma when making decisions. In principle, decisions must be ethical to prevent negative setbacks to organizations and managers. Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University through Velasquez et al (2009), highlights the process of ethical decision-making; i) Recognition of ethical issues during choice making between alternatives. ii) Getting the facts about the case iii) Evaluation of alternative actions so that the choice will produce the best benefits and least harm, the choice will respect the rights of stakeholders and the option must treat the involved parties proportionately or equally. This is a utilitarian-rights-justice approach.
• Ethical Theories An ethical theory is a decision model .These theories depicts the viewpoints from which people seek guidance as they make decisions. Each theory highlights different points, different decision making style or a decision rule. Ethical theories are based on individual’s ethical ideology these theories allow a person to find an answer to an issue, to make a morally right decision or to justify a decision. These theories challenge what an individual think is right and wrong. Some of ethical theories are given in detail below.
Qutb viewed the masses as unable to lead themselves as they were self-interested and corrupted therefore the elites who had the interest of the society at heart were to lead. Similarly, Leo Strauss believed that social equality was a myth and that elites were important in setting up a functioning society and curbing the ever so corrupting
Morality is much higher that ethics. Ethics deals with being good or bad. It is the things that a person ought to do something. Morality is the things that you made for a person in terms of right or wrong about the decisions for something, our purpose, our actions, and even our thoughts. Some people says that "what we speaks is what our morality is, and what we think is the right thing to do."
On the contrary, the United States labels imitators are counterfeits, clones, and copycats. However, imitation can lead to innovation. Sometimes basing something off of someone’s idea might lead to a nouveau idea. Innovation is known as the creative destruction that was caused by imitations which is defined as “diffusing innovations: The reason why all of this is a conflict is because developing countries lack funding. Due to the lack of money they are more likely to do something illegal and follow the path of counterfeiting.
The principle of universal responsibility for trial of persons guilty of gross violation of the Human Rights should be developed so that, even if such persons are pardoned by their national governments, for the atrocious crimes which they have committed, they may be, if caught outside their countries, may be accountable to International proceedings. 8. Public awareness about Human Rights especially towards deprived and disadvantaged sections of the society. It can play a decisive role not only in checking the violation of Human Rights but also in their effective implementation. 9.
Aristotle believed that moral virtue is the foundation of ethics. Held’s principle of care ethics is based on the belief that caring for others is the proper way to live your life. While the only similarities I can find among the four are that they all have theories of morality, their theories are vastly different. “ Kant views an action as right or wrong without respect to the consequences, whereas Mill views an action as right or wrong with only reference to consequences” ( Harman K). Aristotle’s perspective of ethics focuses more on character and virtue.
Ethical responsibility is the duty to follow a morally correct path, to correct a wrongful situation that may affect you, your surrounding and other people. One becomes responsible for the possession of knowledge when they become aware of any destructive scenario. The title itself carries a direct assumption that knowledge carries an ethical responsibility. One can understand the consequences of a scenario by having the knowledge of it which then makes him/her carry the weight of responsibility (ethical). The Knowledge issue question is how can we determine that having the possession of knowledge about something should lead to ethical responsibility?