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June 14, 2017

Medical Ethics and the "Do No Harm" Principle

Morality depends on the cognitive dimension of our behavior or our thought processes – the way we conceptualize right or wrong and make decisions and reason about how we should behave. Moral issues concern both behavior and conduct....

Do all Religions and Cultures Believe in the Same Set of Values?

The existence of a common set of values across religions would go far to explain why different cultures and societies believe that The Golden Rule is the basic standard of behavior. Rushworth Kidder, the founder of...

January 12, 2017

Responsible Practices on the Highway

Are you a distracted driver? If so, read on to learn about important statistics and the ethics of distracted driving. If not, read on to learn the risk you take when driving ahead of, behind, or to the side of a distracted driver.

Distracted d...

January 6, 2017

How to Avoid the Ethical Slippery Slope

The moral concepts of duty, honor and loyalty were on full display in the March 30, 1992, segment of Star Trek, “The First Duty.” The segment deals with Star Fleet Academy Cadet Wesley Crusher, a member of the crew of the starship Enterpri...

October 27, 2015

Morality v Ethics in Society

Many people bristle at the word “morality” but are quite comfortable using the term “ethical”, and insist there’s some crucial difference between the two. For instance, some people say ethics are about external, socially imposed norms, while morality...

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