By Michael Schwartz, Howard Harris, Alan Tapper
This quantity is a variety of papers from the twentieth annual 'Australian organization for pro and utilized Ethics' convention. issues lined comprise athletes as position versions, activities ethics and activities governance, the separation of powers as an integrity mechanism, and virtues in precisely warfare idea.
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The stakes are high in such relationships; the integrity of individuals as well as the integrity of the thing larger than oneself of which one is a part are implicated – ‘where one is and who one is with’ are critical considerations – moreover, one confronts a genuine dilemma in such a case, the value or values associated with the duty to report conflict with values such as loyalty. One danger here is that, using a geosyllogistic approach, which, by design, ignores such complications, one is likely to run up on the rocks, of zealotry in this case, though we should not forget that there are rocks on the other side of the narrow channel we find ourselves in, what I earlier called abdication.
In this respect, it is no different than lying, cheating or stealing; all are (and equally so, it seems) not an option. All are forbidden. But this last, unlike the others, is not simply a duty to refrain from action. If I were to look the other way or say nothing, I would be tolerating forbidden conduct, but that is forbidden. So, I can’t look the other way or say nothing; I am duty bound not to do that. 4 This is where the rubber meets the road, not only because this is the juncture where, in trying to institute or administer an honor code, one is likely to meet with resistance, but also because it raises in a forceful way what is in the end the key question ethically.
Badaracco, Jr. Harvard University Ida Berger Queens University Norman Bowie University of Minnesota M. Neil Browne The Aspen Institute Debra R. Comer Hofstra University Wesley Cragg York University Ron Duska The American College Georges Enderle University of Notre Dame Edwin Epstein University of California at Berkeley Amitai Etzioni George Washington University William Frederick University of Pittsburg Al Gini Loyola University/Chicago Kenneth E. Goodpaster University of St. Thomas Ellen McCorkle Harshman St.
Achieving Ethical Excellence by Michael Schwartz, Howard Harris, Alan Tapper