By Michael Schwartz, Howard Harris, Alan Tapper
This quantity is a variety of papers from the 20 th annual 'Australian organization for pro and utilized Ethics' convention. themes lined comprise athletes as function versions, activities ethics and activities governance, the separation of powers as an integrity mechanism, and virtues in exactly battle thought.
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This response puts the action into a category of wrongs. Put another way, it identifies the act in question as an action that violates a particular rule, say, one should not lie for personal gain or it is wrong to lie simply to gain something for oneself. Some codes of conduct, for example a collegiate honor code, suggest that there are just two other categories of wrongful action: cheating and theft. )2 Putting aside troublesome questions about what counts as cheating, for example, it is sometimes suggested that in the end wrongful actions belong in one of these three categories.
E. Ewin was educated at the Universities of Sydney and Oxford. His most recent book is Reasons and the Fear of Death. Howard Harris has served on the governing board of two independent schools, as company secretary of a public company and as a member of the management committee of commercial and research joint ventures. After graduating as a chemical engineer, he worked in industry before completing a PhD in applied ethics and joining the University of South Australia where he teaches in the School of Management.
I will make use of several (hopefully) intriguing and revealing examples, and limited use of a case study. One upshot of this approach, given that the topic described so far is still very broad, is that it will be necessary to narrow the focus of the discussion further. Thus, I propose to concentrate here on the Charybdis of zealotry postponing a full-dress discussion of the Scylla of abdication for another time. The danger on the rocks won’t be elided altogether, however, since the fact that there are dangers on both sides is key for understanding the serious challenges one faces as one strives to promote integrity integritively.