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Many of the interrogators' actions were shocking and cruel, but some might argue (and some have argued) that torture is a necessary tool for extracting information. This, too, is dubious. The Senate investigation revealed that the CIA learned most of the valuable intelligence it gathered during this period through other means. Learning From History: What Is Successful Interrogation? - globalECCO. By: LTC Ronny Kristoffersen, RNN As long as military units have taken prisoners in wartime, captors have agonized over how to entice or force their prisoners to share what they know.
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Ethics and metaethics What is ethics? First, the systems of value and custom instantiated in the lives of particular groups of human beings are described as the ethics of these groups. Philosophers may concern themselves with articulating these systems, but this is usually seen as the task of anthropology. Aristotle - the golden mean. Ethical decision making for journalists Aristotle - the golden mean.
Aristotle: Ethics. Aristotle: Ethics and the Virtues The Goal of Ethics Aristotle applied the same patient, careful, descriptive approach to his examination of moral philosophy in the Εθικη Νικομαχοι (Nicomachean Ethics).
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Encourage your students to become more familiar with the faces that fit the names of the great Western Moral Philosophers. The Moral Philosophers are categorised according to their respective ethical theories, in chronological order, ranging from deontological to consequential perspectives. The Moral Philosophers’ Periodic Table poster complements the interactive Moral Philosophers’ Periodic Table PowerPoint presentation which is included in the Ethical Theory CD-rom.
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A virtue ethicist is likely to give you this kind of moral advice: “Act as a virtuous person would act in your situation.” Most virtue ethics theories take their inspiration from Aristotle who declared that a virtuous person is someone who has ideal character traits. These traits derive from natural internal tendencies, but need to be nurtured; however, once established, they will become stable. For example, a virtuous person is someone who is kind across many situations over a lifetime because that is her character and not because she wants to maximize utility or gain favors or simply do her duty.
Unlike deontological and consequentialist theories, theories of virtue ethics do not aim primarily to identify universal principles that can be applied in any moral situation. Table of Contents.
Confidentiality in the treatment of adolescents. Q: I work with adolescents, and am not clear about my ethical obligations concerning confidentiality. When treating young children, the issue rarely arises. With adolescents, though, I sometimes struggle with whether to share information with a parent. Ethical%20decision%20making%20(Corey%20et%20al).pdf. The Center For Ethical Practice.
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