If you answer yes to any of the items, you are facing an ethical issue. The world could be a utopia, or whatever the oppressed version of a utopia would be. Virtue Theories Many philosophers believe that morality consists of following precisely defined rules of conduct, such as "don't kill," or "don't steal.
In this sense, for Plato, moral values are spiritual objects.
Reason might be of service in giving us the relevant data, but, in Hume's words, "reason is, and ought to be, the slave of the passions. All of our moral choices are, or at least can be, backed by some reason or justification. You consider these decisions based on how YOU feel as a person.
This involves addressing the risks of posting recognizable photos online. Issues raised by smartphones and social media are addressed in two items describing our responsibilities to employers: I-3B. Absolute duties are of three sorts: avoid wronging others, treat people as equals, and promote the good of others.
Even though they happened hundreds of miles away and hundreds of years away they have made impacts on your life. Based on your review of the Code, and using your best professional judgment, describe what you think is the most ethically defensible course of action.
Friedrich Nietzsche, for example, argued that the superhuman creates his or her morality distinct from and in reaction to the slave-like value system of the masses. Key questions which virtue ethical systems ask include: What sort of person do I want to be?