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    • ETHICS AND VALUES - An Introduction Dr.S.Sujatha
    • Topics to be covered
      • What is Ethics?
      • Senses or Meaning of Ethics
      • Ethical consideration
      • What are Morals?
      • What are Values?
      • Ethics as an act of inquiry.
      • Why to study ethics?
    • What is Ethics?
      • Ethics - what is right and wrong
      • Activity
      • Taking decisions based on the situation
    • Senses or Meaning of Ethics
      • Ethics is an activity
      • Relates to ethical problems
      • Refers to particular set of beliefs, attitudes and habits.
    • Ethical consideration
      • Personal
      • Professional
      • Society
    • Five Ethical Principles
      • Respect for others
      • Do No Harm
      • Benefit Others
      • Be Just
      • Be Faithful
    • What are Moral?
      • Human action
      • Conduct that differentiates intentions, decisions, and actions between those that are good (or right) and bad (or wrong).
    • Difference between Ethics and Morals
      • Morals define personal character, while ethics stress a social system in which those morals are applied.
      • Ethics point to standards or codes of behavior expected by the group to which the individual belongs.
    • What are Values?
      • Principles
      • Guidelines
      • Character
    • Ethics as an act of inquiry
      • Inquiry
            • Investigation
            • Values, meanings and facts
      • Types of inquiry
        • Normative inquiry
            • Identifying and justifying
        • Conceptual inquiry
            • Describing the meaning
        • Factual or descriptive inquiry
            • Provide facts for understanding and finding solution.
    • Why to study ethics?
      • Moral Dilemmas
              • Vagueness
              • Conflicting
              • Disagreement
      • Moral Autonomy