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MORAL STATUS PHẦN 3 POTX

MORAL STATUS PHẦN 3 POTX

Schweitzer’s argument, thus construed, may appear plausible. It is true that many people habitually demean others by comparing them to forms of life that are considered especially unattractive, such as pond scum (algae). Perhaps if we saw algae as our moral equals, we would also be more inclined to see other people that way. There is, however, no persuasive evidence of the psychological slide that Schweitzer warns against. Persons who routinely kill algae and feel no guilt about it (aquarium keepers, for instance), do not seem to be especially likely to harm other persons, or seriously to equate their moral status with that of algae. The robust distinction that most of us make between the moral status of human beings and that of algae prevents us from making any inference from the permissi- bility of harming algae to the permissibility of harming human be- ings. Thus, the psychological slope is less slippery than Schweitzer would have us believe.
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BUSINESS ETHICS CONCEPTS AND CASES 7TH EDITION VELASQUEZ TEST BANK

BUSINESS ETHICS CONCEPTS AND CASES 7TH EDITION VELASQUEZ TEST BANK

Carol Gilligan, a feminist psychologist, has also criticized Kohlberg's theory on the grounds that it describes male and not female patterns of moral development. Gilligan claims that there is a "female" approach to moral issues that Kohlberg ignores. Both Gilligan and Kohlberg agree that there are stages of growth in moral development, moving from a focus on the self through conventional stages and onto a mature stage where we critically and reflectively examine the adequacy of our moral standards. Therefore, one of the central aims of ethics is the stimulation of this moral development by discussing, analyzing, and criticizing the moral reasoning that we and others do, finding one set of principles "better" when it has been examined and found to have better and stronger reasons supporting it.
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ĐỀ  ÔN TIẾNG ANH THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 Đ23

ĐỀ ÔN TIẾNG ANH THI TUYỂN SINH VÀO LỚP 10 Đ23

4. If a disaster ……………..in an area, people from other areas will offer help A happens B will happen C happening D would happen 5. On Easter Day young children receive ___________or sugar eggs as long as they are good? a. educational b. vegetables c. chocolate.
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BARRON''''S HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE SAT 23RD EDITION  2008   04 POTX

BARRON''''S HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE SAT 23RD EDITION 2008 04 POTX

Sample Scored Essays 321 Sample Essay V—Score 5 When Thomas Paine wrote “The harder the conflict, the more glorious the tri- umph,” he was writing in a time of war. The American colonies were still struggling to win their independance against the English. It was a hard and bloody conflict that pit- ted brother against brother. Paine wrote to inspire his fellow countrymen to persist in the fight. He promised them they would value their freedom even more because it had been so hard to attain. Paine’s words inspired the people then and they can inspire us today. Today Americans are fighting a terrible war, a war against terrorism. This war has taken reservists from jobs and families to face danger and death in the Middle East. These soldiers have been doing their job fighting our country’s battles. They have been walking in harm’s way. By fighting hard against the evils of terrorism and to bring democracy to the Middle East they are demonstrating to the world that “the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.”
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LECTURE ART OF LEADERSHIP AND MOTIVATION - LECTURE 7

LECTURE ART OF LEADERSHIP AND MOTIVATION - LECTURE 7

After this chapter the student should have acquired the following knowledge and skills: Combine a rational approach to leadership with a concern for people and ethics, recognize your own stage of moral development and ways to accelerate your moral maturation, apply the principles of stewardship and servant leadership,…
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JAVASCRIPT 1 5   LAB 8 PDF

JAVASCRIPT 1 5 LAB 8 PDF

finally { // finally block statements } Notice that the catch keyword is followed by a set of parentheses that contain a variable name. When an exception occurs inside a try block, the browser creates an Error object and passes it as a parameter to the catch block. You can reference the Error object from within the catch block via the variable name, to access error information stored in the object‟s properties and determine how to handle the error based on this information. The following example purposely generates one of three random errors in order to illustrate this point:
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Medication administration error and contributing factors among pediatric inpatient in public hospitals of Tigray, northern Ethiopia

Medication administration error and contributing factors among pediatric inpatient in public hospitals of Tigray, northern Ethiopia

Medication administration error is a medication error that occurs while administering a medication to a patient. A variety of factors make pediatrics more susceptible to medication errors and its consequences. In lowincome countries, like Ethiopia, there is no sufficient evidence regarding medication administration error among pediatrics.
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HANDBOOK OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY PHẦN 7 PPTX

HANDBOOK OF POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY PHẦN 7 PPTX

These findings are potentially of great im- portance in accounting for the beneficial health effects of social support. Chronic exposure to stressful environments taxes and may ulti- mately alter sympathetic activity in response to stress, laying the groundwork for chronic dis- orders such as coronary heart disease (CHD) and cardiovascular disease (Uchino, Cacioppo, & Kiecolt-Glaser, 1996). Allen, Matthews, and Sherman (1997), for example, found that car- diovascular reactivity to stress among boys as young as 8 to 10 years old was associated with increased left ventricular mass, a risk factor for CHD. Ballard, Cummings, and Larkin (1993) found that children of hypertensive parents showed heightened systolic blood pressure reac- tivity to angry exchanges between adults, re- sponses that may be precursors of later diffi- culties in stress management and risk for hypertension. The adverse effects of stress on SNS and HPA functioning, in turn, may ad- versely affect immune functioning (Uchino, Uno, & Holt-Lunstad, 1999). Immune function- ing is related both to infectious disease and to more chronic, life-threatening diseases such as cancer and HIV infection progression. For ex- ample, Cohen, Doyle, Skoner, Rabin, and Gwaltney (1997) found that individuals with more diverse social networks were less likely to develop respiratory infections following exper- imental exposure to a virus than were those persons with less diverse networks.
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IF LOVING U IS WRONG PPT

IF LOVING U IS WRONG PPT

If I can't see you when I want to I'll see you when I can If loving you is wrong I don't wanna be right If loving you is wrong I don't wanna be right Am I wrong to fall so deeply in love with you Knowing I got a wife and two little children Depending on me too
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WORD SMART TIENG VIET PHẦN 1 POT

WORD SMART TIENG VIET PHẦN 1 POT

brittle adj. Fragile. ' * ' broach v. To mention, for the first time. ((( biennial n. A plant that produces leaves and roots the first year and flowers and fruit the second. cây hai n m broadcast adj. Disseminated far and wide. phát thanh bier n. A horizontal framework with two handles at each end for carrying a corpse to the grave. òn ám ma brogan n. A coarse, heavy shoe. giày thô, n ! ng
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GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LAW 3RD EDITION VOLUME 12 P10 PPTX

GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LAW 3RD EDITION VOLUME 12 P10 PPTX

Chief Justice Burger joined the opinion for the Court in Bowers and further explained his views as follows: “Decisions of individuals relating to homosexual conduct have been subject to state intervention throughout the history of Western civilization. Condemnation of those practices is firmly rooted in Judeao- Christian moral and ethical standards.” 478 U.S., at 196. As with Justice White’s assump- tions about history, scholarship casts some doubt on the sweeping nature of the statement by Chief Justice Burger as it pertains to private homosexual conduct between consenting adults. See, e.g., Eskridge, Hardwick and Historiography, 1999 U. Ill. L. Rev. 631, 656. In all events we think that our laws and traditions in the past half century are of most relevance here. These references show an emerging awareness that liberty gives substantial protection to adult persons in deciding how to conduct their private lives in matters pertaining to sex. “[H]istory and tradition are the starting point but not in all cases the ending point of the substantive due process inquiry.” County of Sacramento v. Lewis, 523 U.S. 833, 857 (1998) (Kennedy, J., concurring).
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ĐỀ LUYỆN THI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH 12   ĐỀ SỐ 13 DOCX

ĐỀ LUYỆN THI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT MÔN TIẾNG ANH 12 ĐỀ SỐ 13 DOCX

C. Those two questions were too difficult for us to answer. D. Those two questions were not enough difficult to answer for us. 4. The bicycle was so expensive that I didn't buy it. A. If the bicycle had been cheaper, I would have bought it. B. I was rich enough to buy the bicycle.
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ĐỀ THI TRẮC NGHIỆM MÔN ANH VĂN KHỐI 12   MÃ ĐỀ THI 418 PPT

ĐỀ THI TRẮC NGHIỆM MÔN ANH VĂN KHỐI 12 MÃ ĐỀ THI 418 PPT

C. Ann said me that she had found a new flat. D. Ann said to me that she had found a new flat. Câu 3: I started working here in 2000. A. I have started work here since 2000. B. I have worked here since 2000. C. I haven't worked here since 2000. D. I have started working here since 2000.
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ĐỀ TÀI TIỂU LUẬN CÁC NHÂN TỐ ẢNH HƯỞNG TỚI QUYẾT ĐỊNH LÀM VIỆC TẠI CỤC THUẾ THÀNH PHỐ HỒ CHÍ MINH

ĐỀ TÀI TIỂU LUẬN CÁC NHÂN TỐ ẢNH HƯỞNG TỚI QUYẾT ĐỊNH LÀM VIỆC TẠI CỤC THUẾ THÀNH PHỐ HỒ CHÍ MINH

If a contract can be reformed, a court may not allow a party to rescind a contract on account of mistake of fact. The court reforms a contract to reflect the true intent of the parties. For example, assume that a footwear retailer offers to buy 100 mukluks from a mukluk manufacturer for $10 a pair. Assume further that the retailer mistakenly orders 100 mukluks for $100 a pair. If the mukluk manufacturer delivers 100 mukluks and later demands $100 for each pair, the retailer can ask a court to reform the contract to reflect a price of $10 a pair. This action generally occurs when the mistake makes the agreement UNCONSCIONABLE . If, for example, the retailer had offered to pay $101 a pair and the retailer later discovered that the standard price was $100, the retailer would likely be stuck with the contract.
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GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LAW 3RD EDITION VOLUME 7 P11 DOC

GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LAW 3RD EDITION VOLUME 7 P11 DOC

If a contract can be reformed, a court may not allow a party to rescind a contract on account of mistake of fact. The court reforms a contract to reflect the true intent of the parties. For example, assume that a footwear retailer offers to buy 100 mukluks from a mukluk manufacturer for $10 a pair. Assume further that the retailer mistakenly orders 100 mukluks for $100 a pair. If the mukluk manufacturer delivers 100 mukluks and later demands $100 for each pair, the retailer can ask a court to reform the contract to reflect a price of $10 a pair. This action generally occurs when the mistake makes the agreement UNCONSCIONABLE . If, for example, the retailer had offered to pay $101 a pair and the retailer later discovered that the standard price was $100, the retailer would likely be stuck with the contract.
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LUYỆN ĐỌC TIẾNG ANH QUA CÁC TÁC PHẨM VĂN HỌC –THE SEA WOLF JACK LONDON CHAPTER 22 PPSX

LUYỆN ĐỌC TIẾNG ANH QUA CÁC TÁC PHẨM VĂN HỌC –THE SEA WOLF JACK LONDON CHAPTER 22 PPSX

"You must understand, Miss Brewster, and understand clearly, that this man is a monster. He is without conscience. Nothing is sacred to him, nothing is too terrible for him to do. It was due to his whim that I was detained aboard in the first place. It is due to his whim that I am still alive. I do nothing, can do nothing, because I am a slave to this monster, as you are now a slave to him; because I desire to live, as you will desire to live; because I cannot fight and overcome him, just as you will not be able to fight and overcome him."
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GIẢI ĐỀ CHI TIẾT ECO1 TEST 1 6(2)

GIẢI ĐỀ CHI TIẾT ECO1 TEST 1 6(2)

Đáp án đúng là A. Trong m ệnh đề adv ch ỉ time (before we….), dùng hi ệ n t ạ i v ớ i ngh ĩa tương lai D ị ch ngh ĩa: M ặ c dù các nhi ệ m v ụ đượ c phân công có chút nào đó phứ c t ạp, nhưng chúng ta s ẽ hoàn thành chúng trước khi chúng ta đi. .
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GRADE 9 - UNIT 7 (PART1)

GRADE 9 - UNIT 7 (PART1)

Ha suggests getting a plumber to check the cracks in the pipes.[r]
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PROMPT IBT 3 DOC

PROMPT IBT 3 DOC

the correct word. Choice e also uses the right conjunction, but it incorrectly uses the present tense verb believes . 4. e. As the saying goes is a phrase that introduces the clause better late than never . Introductory words and phrases should always end with a comma.
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ERROR ANALYSIS OF THE WRITTEN ENGLISH ESSAYS OF PAKISTANI UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS  A CASE STUDY DOCX

ERROR ANALYSIS OF THE WRITTEN ENGLISH ESSAYS OF PAKISTANI UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS A CASE STUDY DOCX

Conclusion The results of the study show that majority of errors are grammatical resulting from Interlanguage process. Though, the participants were taught grammatical rules of TL previously but the lack of practice and positive feedback hindered the development of their proficiency in TL. Errors projecting redundancy show the lack of TL lexicon. Some of the errors indicate participants‟ carelessness in the writing which shows lack of motivation for TL. This is a very common phenomenon that L2 learner often feels demotivated and develop negative attitude towards the target language. It results from teachers‟ traditional role of overly correcting the errors and treating them as an object of undesirability. Another reason for demoralization is that since acquisition of a language is a cognitive activity, often L2 learners in our culture feel a psychological distance between them and the target culture.
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PETERSON’S MASTER TOEFL WRITING SKILLS PART 10 PPS

PETERSON’S MASTER TOEFL WRITING SKILLS PART 10 PPS

7. He made too many good friends when he studied abroad. 8. She spoke French well enough to be a translator. 9. He did not speak English as well enough to be understood. 10. The envelope was thin enough to slide under the door. 11. The sofa was big enough as to seat four people comfortably. 12. This paragraph is not enough good as to be acceptable. 13. His TOEFL score was high enough to be accepted. 14. She was too happy when she heard the news. 15. She was enough old to get married.
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Title Page and Contents

Title Page and Contents

Title Page and Contents A correctly formatted title page is very quick and easy to do, so there is no excuse for getting it wrong. It’s the very first part of your paper that anyone will see, so a glaring mistake here will create a bad impression, long before anybody starts to assess the quality of your work.
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70 SOLUTIONS TO COMMON WRITING MISTAKES

70 SOLUTIONS TO COMMON WRITING MISTAKES

THINKING YOU’RE THE EXCEPTION TRANG 11 20 70 Solutions to Common Writing Mistakes Part I: Habits 21 Why this is a mistake: It is a mistake to break a rule, and it’s not a mistake.. You’r[r]
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PRACTISE TEST ENGLISH 3 DOCX

PRACTISE TEST ENGLISH 3 DOCX

d also uses the wrong verb tense. 10. e. Choice e is the most clear and concise. Choices a and c shift from the impersonal pronoun one to the personal you. Choices b and d correct that error, but retain the wordy phrase you should probably . Choice d also changes the wording and eliminates the semi- colon, creating a long and confusing sentence unbroken by punctuation.
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SAT   MC GRAWHILL PART 84 DOCX

SAT MC GRAWHILL PART 84 DOCX

A lot of rules have exceptions because there are dif- ferent circumstances for everybody and also people grow up and the old rules don’t apply anymore. One afternoon back in elementary school, I got in trouble when I took my friend’s Capri-Sun drink out of his lunchbox and took a sip without asking his permis- sion. My teacher caught me in the act and yelled at me reciting the “Golden Rule.” She said: How would you feel if he took your drink and had some without ask- ing you? I guess I would have been pretty annoyed. I hate it when people drink from the same glass as me. It seemed like a pretty fair rule that I should only do things to other people that I would be OK with them doing to me.
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MORAL STATUS PHẦN 2 DOCX

MORAL STATUS PHẦN 2 DOCX

ally to decide when it is morally right to harm living things. Not everyone’s conscience can be counted upon to yield results as exem- plary as Schweitzer’s. A moral code backed by praise, blame, and oc- casional acts of overt coercion has been an indispensable part of the culture of every known and successful human society. To do its job, a moral code must include, at least implicitly, a theory of moral status. It must, among other things, provide guidance about when it is morally permissible to harm living things, and when it is right for third parties to intervene in order to prevent that harm, either coer- cively or through moral suasion. Should we, for instance, intervene legally or through civil protest in order to prevent biomedical re- searchers from experimenting on mice or monkeys? Should abortion be treated as a crime? Which animals, if any, should it be legal to hunt for food or for sport? Should some plants and animals be pro- tected more strictly than others, because their species are rare and endangered? The ethic of Reverence for Life can give us little prac- tical guidance regarding such questions, because answering them re- quires us to make distinctions which this ethic precludes.
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Writing (exercise)

Writing (exercise)

A. She feels happy to come to a birthday party. B. Her coming birthday party makes her happy. C. Because she was born she feels happy. D. Her birthday party will happily come. 11. The heavy rain stopped me from going out. A. As the heavy rain, I couldn’t go out. B. Thanks to the heavy rain, I couldn’t go out. C. Because of the heavy rain, I couldn’t go out. D. Except for the heavy rain, I couldn’t go out. 12. Developing countries/ need /do/ research/ find/ solutions/ agriculture/ problems.
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KỲ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM 2011 LẦN 4 PPTX

KỲ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM 2011 LẦN 4 PPTX

A. Medicine is not a factor to cause species extinction. B. The list which conservationists present does not include all kinds of species. C. Pollution does nothing to species extinction. D. Conservationists have good knowledge of all kinds of mollusks. 5. According to the last paragraph, _______.
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TỐT NGHIỆP ANH VĂN 2010 SỐ 17

TỐT NGHIỆP ANH VĂN 2010 SỐ 17

A. Jane suggested them to buy a food processor B. Jane suggested that will buy a food processor C. “Why don't we buy a food processor?" said Jane D. Jane suggested to buy a food processor 6. "Can I sit beside you, Jean?" Tom asked. A. Tom asked Jean if he could sit beside her. B. Tom asked Jean that whether he could sit beside her. C. Tom requested Jean if he could sit beside her. D. Tom asked Jean if I could sit beside her. 7. "Did Mr. Brown send the parcels?" she asked.
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ANH VĂN TOEFL VOCABULARY-007 PPS

ANH VĂN TOEFL VOCABULARY-007 PPS

sacrificing moral principles in order to attain power; politically cunning 7 COUNTENANCE a adj.. eagerness; cheerful promptness c adj.[r]
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THE OXFORD COMPANION TO PHILOSOPHY PART 66 POTX

THE OXFORD COMPANION TO PHILOSOPHY PART 66 POTX

But even if one rejects both forms of egoism, there are questions about how much morality validly or fairly can demand of people, and some of these issues arise in con- nection with utilitarianism and Kantianism. Utilitarianism is usually stated in a ‘maximizing’ form that treats it as a necessary and sufficient condition of right action that one do the best one circumstantially can for humankind as a whole (or for all sentient beings). But such a doctrine seems to entail that if one is in a position to relieve the suf- fering, hunger, or disease of others, one is morally obli- gated to do so, even if that means giving up one’s life plans and most of what one really cares about in life. Unless one’s current life does as much good on the whole for people, one must give up one’s life plans to the extent neces- sary to confer greater benefits on (prevent greater harm to) other people. The utilitarian moral standard is thus very demanding, and some philosophers have questioned whether morality can properly, or, one might say, fairly, require so much of people. In particular, it may be won- dered whether people, most people, have the capacity to live up to such a stringent morality as maximizing utilitar- ianism presents. Utilitarianism requires that one always do the most good one can for people and in effect leaves no room for what are called supererogatory degrees of
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Lecture Business and society - Chapter 7: Business Ethics Fundamentals

Lecture Business and society - Chapter 7: Business Ethics Fundamentals

Contents: The Public’s Opinion of Business Ethics; Business Ethics: Meaning, Types, Approaches; Ethics, Economics and Law - A Venn Model; Three Models of Management Ethics?; Making Moral Management Actionable; Developing Moral Judgment; Elements of Moral Judgment
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