Justification of Ethics

Ethics are moral principles that administrate a person’s behavior or the conducting of an activity. Justification is the act of presenting something to be right or reasonable. Some may say that ethics are the only reasonable justification for anything. Alternatively, one can argue anything may be justified ethically. It all depends on what morals you … Read more

Sources of Moral Values

Live in such a way that if someone spoke badly of you, no one would ever believe it The philosophical study of values has a name, actually it’s called “axiology”. It studies the metaphysical and epistemological status of values, broadly understood. But for our purposes, it’s enough to say that values are things that people … Read more

Analysis Of The Case Of TransCanada In Terms Of Kant’s Moral Theory And Utilitarian Perspective

When Evan Vokes, a trained engineer, started working for TransCanada in 2007, he realized that there were some issues in his employer’s work ethics and quickly found himself in a moral struggle. TransCanada is one of the largest companies focusing on oil and gas infrastructure in North America. There are federal regulations on the welding … Read more

Two Unique Perspectives Of Social Duty, For Milton Friedman And For Archie Carroll

Social Duty alludes to business hones that hold fast to moral qualities, that consent to legitimate necessities, and that advance the improvement of people and the network on the loose. Social Duty’s most prevalent structures incorporate making beneficent commitments to the network, saving nature, putting resources into a socially capable way, and advancing the welfare … Read more