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Ethics Case Studies. More about the author(s): Robert Baum was born in 1941. Download more by: Robert Baum. Find and Load Ebook Ethical arguments for analysis. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1973). Similar books and articles. This article has no associated abstract. Creative Case Studies in Ethics. Michael Strawser - 2010 - Teaching Ethics 11 (1):107-121. Response to Ethical Dissections of the Case. Anneke Lucassen - 2005 - In Richard E. Ashcroft (e., Case Analysis in Clinical Ethics. Cambridge University Press. pp. 213. The 4-Step Approach.
Pro Positions Central to Cantor and Baum’s argument in favor of the right of refusal is the idea of conscientious .
Pro Positions Central to Cantor and Baum’s argument in favor of the right of refusal is the idea of conscientious objection. Conscientious objection is a centuries old concept born in military history by individuals refusing military service on the grounds of personal/moral beliefs. From an ethical standpoint, conscious objection is based on the the right to refuse to participate in acts that conflict with personal ethical, moral, or religious convictions (Cantor and Baum, 2004).
The paper must make an ethical argument in defense of a thesis
The paper must make an ethical argument in defense of a thesis. It doesn’t matter what thesis you defend, but the argument must be clear and coherent. Developing and contrasting the pro and con arguments for a particular position. Developing and answering a series of questions from general to particular, or particular to general. The most important part of ethical analysis is getting a clear grasp of the key ethical issues: what values, principles, moral rules, et. are involved? What conflicts exist between them?
This book will help professions and professionals to identify their contribution to society and to understand the . The work is divided into two parts.
This book will help professions and professionals to identify their contribution to society and to understand the argument in which they must engage if they are to justify their conduct. Because of their specialized expertise and power, the task is both difficult and pressing. Part 1 discusses the concepts 'ethics' and 'professional conduct', indicating their dimensions and contested nature
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Publisher: Holt, Rinehart and Winston; FIRST EDITIION edition (1973)
Pages: 173 pages