Morality
Morality
Morality can be explained in all these ways:

   Morality can be defined as the standards that an
    individual...
Moral Judgments
The Moral judgments should be
  (i) logical, ( Moral judgments should be able to support
  our Moral judgm...
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Business Ethics Session2

  1. 1. Morality
  2. 2. Morality Morality can be explained in all these ways:  Morality can be defined as the standards that an individual or a group has about what is right and wrong, or good and evil.  Moral quality or character; rightness or wrongness, as of an action; the character of being in accord with the principles or standards of right conduct.  Morality is an informal public system applying to all rational persons, governing behavior that affects others, and has the lessening of evil or harm as its goal.
  3. 3. Moral Judgments The Moral judgments should be (i) logical, ( Moral judgments should be able to support our Moral judgments with reason and evidence. ) (ii) based on facts. ( Moral judgments should be based on facts. Adequate moral judgments cannot be made in a vacuum. We must collect as much relevant information as possible for making them.) (iii) based on acceptable moral principles.
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