ethical reasoning

ethical reasoning

(ĕth′ĭ-kĭl)
Reasoning about what one ought to do as a guide for what one actually does,
Synonym: moral reasoning
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He sets out to redefine ethical reasoning in light of this claim as a form of resistance to any idea of an absolute good, to reclaim the defiant resistance announced in the demonic non serviam decried by the moralists of the West as the only means by which any actual good can be preserved and pursued in the real world.
"This definition suggests that, as a set of competencies, moral literacy has three key elements (here I use Nancy Tuana's framework): Ethics sensitivity, ethical reasoning skills, and moral imagination.
* Articulate ethical reasoning to others coherently and respectfully
The standard ethical reasoning methods are important tools of ethical analysis and are necessary for accounting ethics education to develop tomorrow's future accounting professionals.
Among the recommendations for required topical coverage are ethical reasoning, integrity, objectivity, independence, and ethical theory, with the AICPA, U.S.
Human rights' issues and ethical reasoning are two sides of a coin.
Developing his 2008 Gifford Lectures on the ethics of medicine, he explores the relationship of professional medical ethics to the religious and secular sources of ethical reasoning and praxis.
Presenting a model of ethical reasoning, ethical/legal issues they consider in the context of the Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists include complaints against psychologists, duties related to consent to treatment, confidentiality, maintaining professional boundaries, and providing cross-cultural services.
The moral high ground of our anticolonial struggle created two absolute certainties: "White Apartheid racists are evil, and the victims of Apartheid in contradistinction are therefore by definition good." This easy moral victory may now contribute to the confusion in moral matters that can be found whenever ethical reasoning is required and finds us unprepared for the rigour of ethical reasoning.
Utilizing a class in ethics and professionalism to introduce an array of ethical instructional interventions ranging from studies in ethical reasoning to analyses of congressional investigations, Armstrong (1993) reported a statistically significant difference in changes in DIT post-conventional (P) scores among students who took the course over those in a control group that did not.
Clearly written and accessible, the book offers a thoughtful introduction for those entering the intelligence profession or those simply wishing to develop and sharpen their ethical reasoning skills.