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Ethics and Academic Integrity. Challenges for 21st Century Organizations - Vadim Dumitrascu

Ethics and Academic Integrity. Challenges for 21st Century Organizations - Vadim Dumitrascu
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Expediere estimată: Miercuri, 14 Apr. 2021
ISBN: 9786062812461
Anul publicării: 2021
Pagini: 146
Categoria: Stiinte
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The central objective of ethics refers to the formulation of criteria on the basis of which it is possible to place certain human acts in one of the three categories mentioned above. In other words, ethics is primarily concerned with the ways in which we can distinguish what is moral from what is not, or more precisely, how we can differentiate between what is morally correct and what is incorrect. So, ethics tries to formulate answers to fundamental questions, such as "What actions are good in themselves?"
"What does a virtuous man look like?", "What moral debts do we have?" and so on The field of ethics is much more extensive than that of religion or legality, many of the moral rules not being enshrined in religious precepts or legal codes.
An ethical principle is a statement formulated in somewhat general terms that reveals a certain essential requirement for moral conduct. Moral values ​​represent standards of good that we accept individually or collectively. While values ​​show us what should be considered important or priority in different situations or contexts, the principles specify the requirements to be met by assuming a value. Therefore, the principle tells us how the value should be treated or approached. But both ethical principles and moral values ​​are statements from which algorithms of conduct cannot always be deduced directly, that is, rules or norms that stipulate exactly what must be done or what must not be done to respect morality. In this sense, the moral norms or rules represent particularizations with clearly applied valences of the principles and values, showing how to proceed exactly in different situations that demand a moral positioning.
However, the explicit and more precise nature of the rules does not guarantee their automatic application and observance. To this end, it often takes attention and moral discernment to determine whether we are in a situation that requires the application of a rule. Also, in the face of complex problems or difficult situations, it is necessary to specify whether a certain rule is justified or not. Or, the intuitions we have about the morality of an option or act can be very misleading. That is why the justification for applying a rule is based, most of the time, on the reference to an ethical principle and / or a moral value that benefits from a significant adherence of the public.


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