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What is the difference between teleology and deontology? (JB/JW
What are the steps of the five-step method? (JB/JW
Three factors influence approaches to ethics-head, heart and body. Describe each factor and how it could be used. (JB/JW)
What do BT mean when they say “it is in our nature to be egocentric”?
What is the basis for cognitive ethics? (JB/JW)
What is meant by the term ordinary prejudice”? (BT)
What are three drawbacks of virtue ethics? (JB/JW)
How is character shaped? (JB/JW)
What is “in-group favoritism” and what does it tell us about (b) bounded ethicality? (BT)
What is attribution error? (JB/JW)
What is an important concept that you learned as a result of your reading in preparation for today? Why is it important?
What is a “personal threshold”? (JB/JW)
What does John Rawls mean when he proposes that fairness should be assessed under a “veil of ignorance”? (BT)
What is the consequence for the natural environment of our tendency to discount the future? (BT)
Public Service Ethics: Individual and Institutional Responsibilities
Chapter 5, â€œCognitive Ethics Methodsâ€ (pp. 75-98)
Chapter 6, â€œVirtue Theoryâ€ (pp. 99-116)
Bowman, J. S., & West, J. P. (2015).
Chapter 3, â€œWhen We Act Against Our Own Ethical Valuesâ€ (pp. 38-60)
Bazerman, M., & Tenbrunsel, A. (2011).
To Serve with Honor: Doing the Right Thing in Government
Chapter 3, â€œWhat are the Value Conflicts and Facts, and What Opinions Do I Have?â€ (pp. 33-64)
Newell, T. (2015).
Problem-Solving Method: Results and Rule Approaches & Virtue Theory Quiz