Advanced Search The book Developing Deontology is a collection of six papers previously published in the journal Ratio vol. Most of them make a significant contribution to ongoing debates; taken as a whole, they offer a snapshot of the range of philosophical work being done on justifying some important moral themes for anybody who accepts ethical generalism and the importance of common morality. Smith tries to ground two universal and abstract moral obligations on the base of transcendental considerations about Humean reasons. He argues that Hume was right that all reasons are truth-supporting considerations, but he was wrong that no intrinsic desires are required by reason.
Business ethics is a matter of increasing importance and public awareness. Recent scandals and the financial crisis have suggested that the standard of business ethics is not high and that corporate behaviour should not solely be oriented to profit goals.
While discussions of ethical questions in a market economy are mainly related to large firms, this thesis specifically aims at revealing potential problem issues and solutions for small firms. These firms are often ignored when moral concerns in business are addressed.
This is in contrast to their importance for the economy and society of almost every country of the OECD, as they constitute the majority of all companies, and provide a major share of jobs. The majority of the studies examining business ethics are focused on large corporations, using quantitative strategies.
Few studies related to small business have been undertaken. The question of how these firms and their owner-managers could systematically engage in business ethics and ethical stakeholder management remain unanswered.
The thesis develops a tool which explicitly addresses this topic: It aimed to develop a structured guideline which can help small firm owners to integrate ethical considerations into their business activities. Thus, practical applicability of the guideline is provided.
The results of the research suggested the framework fo Author by: Channel View Publications Format Available: The consideration of normative ethics and methodology is a relatively recent phenomena in Catholic moral theology.
Similar to any nascent discussion, having adopted terms and concepts from one conceptual genre, Britisch-analytic philosophy, into a radically other genre, Catholic moral theology, one then needs to begin the work of clarifying how, and to what extent, those terms and concepts contribute to the overall project of moral theology as a science.
Deontology and Teleology is a pioneer account which exposes and clarifies many of the terminological and conceptual ambiguities inherent to this discussion. It begins with an investigation of C. Finally, this study argues and substantiates through detailed historical analysis that a fundamental difference between traditionalists and revisionists in their relative perspectives on norms rest in the traditional understanding and moral evaluation of the human act, specifically, the objectum, circumstantiae and finis fontes moralitates.
This is an indispensable resource work for those interested in fundamental moral theology and lays the foundation for pursuing further the complex question of normative ethics in Catholic moral theology Peeters While developing his theory, Kant deemed two qualities that are essential for an action to be deemed an ethical.
First, he believed it was never acceptable to sacrifice freedom of . The word deontology derives from the Greek words for duty (deon) and science (or study) each of the branches of deontological ethics—the agent-centered, the patient-centered, and the contractualist—can lay claim to being Kantian.
“A Defence of Weighted Lotteries in Life Saving Cases,” Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 12(3. _ Deontology_ brings together some of the most significant philosophical work on ethics, presenting canonical essays on core questions in moral philosophy.
Edited and introduced by Stephen Darwall, these readings are essential for anyone interested in normative theory. Developing Deontology consists of six new essays in ethicaltheory by leading contemporary moral philosophers.
Each essayconsiders concepts prominent in the development of deontologicalapproaches to ethics, and these essays offer an invaluablecontribution to that attheheels.com: Brad Hooker. History of the Origins of Environmental Ethics - History of the Origins of Environmental Ethics The inspiration for environmental ethics was the first Earth Day in when environmentalists started urging philosophers who were involved with environmental groups to do something about environmental ethics.
- Deontology vs. Utilitarianism Deontology is an ethical theory concerned with duties and rights. The founder of deontological ethics was a German philosopher named Immanuel Kant.
Kant’s deontological perspective implies people are sensitive to moral duties that require or prohibit certain behaviors, irrespective of the consequences (Tanner.