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Youth speech at must

  1. 1. YOUTH:ITS ROLE TOWARDSETHICAL PUBLICSERVICEBy: Lorelyn T. Dumaug
  2. 2. PHILOSOPHYlove of wisdom
  3. 3. PHILOSOPHYthe attempt to answerquestions currently (andperhaps forever) beyondthe reach of science, byusing reason and publiclyaccessible evidence.
  4. 4. LOGICisthe study of proper patterns of reasoning, of the connection between evidence and the conclusions one might try to draw from evidence.
  5. 5. METAPHYSICSroughly, asks questions about things: what things exist? What are they like? For instance, do people have free will? Are minds distinct from brains? What is time?
  6. 6. EPISTEMOLOGYasks questions aboutknowledge itself: what isknowledge? Can we have it?What does it take to get it?
  7. 7. AXIOLOGYdeals with questions aboutvalue, both artistic value inthe case of aesthetics, andmoral value in the case of ETHICS.
  8. 8. you you do notknow do what iswhat is ethical?ethical
  9. 9. RIZAL‟S POEM TO YOUTH “Raise your unruffled brow, On this day, Filipino youth!
  10. 10. RIZAL‟S POEM TO YOUTHResplendent shines Your courage rich,Handsome hope of my motherland!
  11. 11. RIZAL‟S POEM TO YOUTHFly,grand genius And infuse them with noble sentiment That vigorously rushes, More rapid than the wind,
  12. 12. RIZAL‟S POEM TO YOUTHIts virgin mind to the glorious goal. Descend to the arena With the pleasant light of arts and sciences,
  13. 13. RIZAL‟S POEM TO YOUTHAnd unbind, Youth, The heavy chain That fetters your poetic genius.
  14. 14. RIZAL‟S POEM TO YOUTHSee that in the bright zone With pious and learned hand,
  15. 15. RIZAL‟S POEM TO YOUTHOffers the son of this native land Resplendent crown.
  16. 16. SPANISH COLONIZATION
  17. 17. JAPANESE PERIOD
  18. 18. AMERICAN PERIOD
  19. 19. CORRUPTION: PRODUCT OF ETHICAL DECAY
  20. 20. Corruption betrays alatent decay in ourethical values andorientation.
  21. 21. ETHICAL FOUNDATIONALREFERENCE justice, transparency, altruism,
  22. 22. ETHICAL FOUNDATIONALREFERENCE accountability and a service-oriented notion of leadership
  23. 23. ETHICAL FOUNDATIONALREFERENCE essence of the formation of political society
  24. 24. DEFINITION OFETHICS
  25. 25. ETHICSisderived fromthe Greek word„ethos‟ whichmeans “custom”.
  26. 26. ETHICS“mores”,which means“customs” or“habits”.
  27. 27. ETHICSrightness orwrongness ofhuman action.
  28. 28. ETHICSmoralphilosophy
  29. 29. ETHICSmorality ofhuman action
  30. 30. CONCERN OF ETHICS“the regulationof the behaviourand conduct ofman
  31. 31. CONCERN OF ETHICSas it affects thewell-being of thestate or society inwhich he lives”.
  32. 32. Ethics andmorality are thelife wires ofevery society
  33. 33. THANK YOU.

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