Ethics Awareness Inventory
November 1st, 2014
University of Phoenix
The Ethics Awareness Inventory is a system for a self-assessment that helps individuals understand the principals associated with their ethical perspective. The reason for this assessment is to help understand the differences between the four broad categories of ethical philosophy. In this document I will interpret the results of my EAI assessment and apply them to my personal and professional development, and explain how this educational experience has affected my ethical thinking. Interpretation
According to my results, I tend to base my ethical perspective in what is good to be rather than what is good to do. This is correct; I strongly believe that ethics focus in ways to achieve moral excellence. I know that our actions are the reflection of our character, but at the same time I believe that we must look beyond the actions to determine the individual’s character. Our actions can be motivated or influenced by different circumstances: the desire to belong and be accepted in a group, in order to obtain a benefit, in order to gain a reputation and our actions can be manipulated. However, the actions can’t make us an ethical person if we don’t believe in honor, justice and a sound moral character. Ethics relies in the individual’s ability to make sound moral judgments. Is not just about choosing right from wrong according to a norm, but to be able to make difficult choices aid by a good character conformed to wisdom and integrity. Educational experience and ethical thinking
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