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00:00 High class today we're talking about ethics. 00:04 • Wow, this is a huge topic. • • 00:07 • So where does one begin? • • 00:09 • Where does one end ethics • • 00:12 • from whose perspective? • • 00:13 • Whose environment? • • 00:14 • Whose background it should it really matter? • • 00:18 • Perhaps no, but it is a hot topic, • • 00:22 • and it's something that we • • 00:24 • really do need to talk about. • 00:26 • It's prevalent in the universities • • 00:28 • and in bio medical profession, • • 00:30 • religious circles, business. • • 00:32 • And politics and ethics is integral • • 00:35 • as we know to our decision-making. • • 00:39 • My worry about ethics is that people • • 00:42 • try to take the topic and package it. • • 00:45 • You know the top ten ethical ways to deal • • 00:48 • with decision-making that does not do • • 00:51 • service to the to the topic of ethics. • • 00:54 • So over the next few weeks, • • 06:46 • So ethics seeks to resolve • • 06:48 • questions of human reality, but. • • 06:53 • The question that I always think about is, • • 06:57 • why then, are moral actions? • • 07:01 • Then different from our ethical actions. • • 07:05 • When we're all seeking • • 07:07 • for the good of mankind. • • 07:09 • This is because of differentiation. • • 07:12 • And this is the difference • • 07:16 • between what we believe. • • 07:18 • Versus what we are in ending up taking to do. • • 07:22 • So when wrestling with ethical issues, • • 11:50 • But in community. So we. • • 11:52 • When we attain fulfillment in the • • 11:55 • good with our virtuous ethics, • • 11:57 • it's only attained once. • • 11:58 • You have achieved good and • • 12:00 • you've helped your fellow • • 12:02 • man achieve the good too. • • 12:06 • So. The third one. Is normative ethics. • • 12:12 • Normative ethics would be more • • 12:14 • of a practical means of looking • • 12:17 • and determining a moral course • • 12:19 • of action that we need to take. • • 21:22 • of who's better than the next. • • 21:25 • So let's take a little deeper • • 21:27 • look at normative ethics. • • 21:29 • They are deontological. • • 21:33 • In this term, I want to focus on. • • 21:35 • The means justifies the ends. • • 21:40 • But as long as you fool follow the rules. • • 21:43 • You just can't arbitrarily do • • 21:45 • whatever you want. The means. • • 21:48 • Justify the ends. OK. • • 21:53 • Deontological ethics holds that. • • 21:55 • The morality of an action. • • 21:58 • The morality of an action. • • 30:15 • Does a right? Trump a duty. • • 30:19 • Or for every duty, • • 30:20 • is there a right or vice versa? • • 30:23 • Or is my right better than your right? • • 30:29 • When do we consider? • • 30:32 • That it's inappropriate to push my right. • • 30:35 • If my right is putting. • • 30:37 • Do you harm or undue harm on somebody else? • • 30:41 • Lots of things to talk about. • • 30:43 • So anyway. • • 30:44 • Again, thank you for listening today. • • 30:47 • Please do your reading. • • 30:50 • Just want to. • • 30:51 • Remind you that you should have the • • 30:54 • coursepack my coffee spill there, • • 30:56 • but you should have the core pack • • 31:00 • for LD Rs 320 and in there will • • 31:03 • be various topics on on ethics so. • • 31:07 • Have a blesed week and see you next time. • • 31:11 • Thank you very much. • -research paper writing service