Ethical Systems Table

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Ethical Systems Table

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|Ethical Theory or |Brief Definition |Other Names for Theory |Real-world Example |Workplace Example | |System | | | | | | | | | | | | |Regardless of consequences, | | | | | |certain moral principles are | | |It is my duty to follow through with | | |binding, focusing on duty rather | | |instructions my boss gives me, even if | | |than results or moral obligation | | |I do not agree with the concept. It is | | |over what the individual would |Deontology, pluralism, |C |my moral obligation to respect | | |prefer to do (Treviño & Nelson, |moral rights, rights-based|I believe people |authority figures. | | |2007, Ch. 4). | |should be able to | | |Duty-based Ethics | |Categorical imperative |eat sand because it | | | |In ethics, deontological ethics, | |is the right thing | | | |or deontology (Greek: deon meaning|Golden rule |to do. | | | |obligation or duty), is a theory | | | | | |holding that decisions should be | | | | | |made solely or primarily by | | | | | |considering one's duties and the | | | | | |rights of others. Some systems are| | | | | |based on biblical or tenets from | | | | | |sacred. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |It is important at work not to take | | |A consequence-based approach to | |D |credit for other people’s work. Or | | |ethics gives priority to the value| |I believe people |stealing from the company .If you do | | |we attach to the results of |Utilitarianism, |should be able to |there might be consequences to deal | | |actions. It emphasizes that the |teleological ethics |eat sand because it |with most likely loose a job because...
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