Category Archives: Ethics

Covert

In relation to “Ethics, Constraints“, Neil Remington Abramson commented as follows (reproduced with permission): While most people seem committed to self-interest, possibly antithetical to ethics, and are in need of externally imposed standards, there is a minority genuinely committed to … Continue reading

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Ethics, Constraints

Question going back decades: “Can ethics be taught?” How much behaviour, viewed as ethical, is more referenced to externally-imposed constraints? The “teaching” of ethics being more the delineation of behavioural markers? Rarely a “golden path”, unless somebody is getting a … Continue reading

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Not So Ethical

My partner said to me earlier this evening: “Sometimes it seems like your life is like the shreds of paper that you put into the recycling bin, except that you are not recyclable.” With whatever in mind, a still earlier … Continue reading

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