Virtue Ethics Presented By: PG 06 42 Neel Pandya PG 06 20 Ketaki Kale PG 06 6 Lakshman Chettiar Roll No. Name
Introduction Ethics Virtue Virtue Ethics Case Study Conclusion Business Person “A” 21/01/2008 His company is not paying bonus to the workers in the last fiscal year? Business Person “B” 21/01/2008 His company declared 200% bonus to the workers in the last fiscal year ?
A businessperson runs a profitable company.
Employees are satisfied.
He holds good relation with all the member of the company.
All stakeholders are given equal importance.
Follows all the law and order of the government.
Another businessperson runs a profitable company.
Employees not satisfied.
There is envy among members of the company.
There is partiality among the stakeholders.
Intentionally breaks law and order.
Introduction Ethics Virtue Virtue Ethics Case Study Conclusion The Fundamental Question of Ethics is: "What should I do?" "How should I act?" Ethics is supposed to provide us with "moral principles" or universal rules that tell us what to do.
Introduction Ethics Virtue Virtue Ethics Case Study Conclusion
It is derived from latin word “Virtus”.
Virtues are habits, i.e. once they are acquired, they become characteristics of a person.
A virtue is not just a feeling.
A virtue is not just doing a given action on a given occasion.