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January 4. 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E. Tabon.• Is disease a good thing or a bad thing? • Is hunting right or wrong? • In what situation is euthanasia right? Wednesday. MEM 2 .
• Should we consider habitual deeds moral? • If science and ethics cannot unite. MEM 3 . Wednesday. Tabon. yet their behaviors and deeds may not be characterized as ethical. 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E.Science versus Ethics • People who obey social disciplines and general principles are respectable. it is better to say that ethics begins where science ends. January 4.
Wednesday. Tabon. namely. while scientific problems are constituted only by disagreement in belief. • The function of ethical inquiry is at least in part to coordinate or settle attitudes. that make it apt for coordinating attitudes. • Ethical language.• Ethical problems are constituted at least in part by disagreement in attitude. 2012 SCIENCES 4 resolving scientific disputesPresented be guided only by need by: Jovelyn E. descriptive meaning that make it apt for coordinating beliefs. namely. while scientific language need only have features. MEM Science and Ethics: Nature and Differences . • The linguistic methods for resolving ethical disputes must be grounded at least in part by the relations among beliefs ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER while those for and attitudes. January 4. must have features. then. emotive meaning. while the function of scientific inquiry is to coordinate or settle only beliefs.
• Genes play an important part in shaping who we are. MEM . or how we behave.BIOTECHNOLOGY ETHICS • In creating exact copies of people. not ends. • The birth of our progeny is a gift ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER bestowed by God or5 SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E. • Cloning turns human beings into means. January 4. • Cloning is unnatural. Tabon. but in no way do they determine who we are. we undermine human dignity and personal identity. Wednesday. 2012 • The individual should never be thought of merely as a means. but always also as an end.
ETHICS • Business ethics was born in 1960s. • Truth is based on people’s attitudes. MEM 6 . January 4. Wednesday.BUSINESS • Capitalism prevails. opinions and testimonies. 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E. Tabon. • Usually deceive people with incomplete facts.
POLITICAL SCIENCE ETHICS • Politics was merely • The end of the a branch of ethics State was virtue Plato Plato • Politics is divided • Politics as the main into two: the moral ethical science – action of the Aristotle individual and the State – Aristotle • Hypocrisy. duplicity. 2012 SCIENCES Presented 7 legitimate means E. deception. even Machiavelli murder are ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER Wednesday. ethics and politics violence. Tabon. bad • There is no faith. January 4. MEM by: Jovelyn . connection between falsehood.
• It varies from place • It does not follow to place. Tabon. January 4. 2012 SCIENCES Presented passed and whatJovelyn E. • Physical and mental punishment • It changes over time. • Political and the whims of economic interests politics. • Truth is based on people’s attitudes. etc. MEM is by: 8 . • Emotional and social punishment • It transcends time. ETHICS • Bible. Quran. often determine which laws get IN RELATION TO OTHER ETHICS Wednesday. • Usually similar in any place.LAW • Constitution • Truth is based on evidence.
Tabon. MEM 9 . January 4. subjective human nonhuman world.LOGIC ETHICS • Studies the process • Study of correct of correct and action or doing organized thinking • Focused foremost • Focused foremost on demands of on demands of materials. or world. or world of world of “things” in people and one’s environment relationships • Task-oriented • Shows their • People-oriented • Shows people’s feelings for their partners by doing feelings for their things for them IN RELATION TO OTHER partners directly ETHICS Wednesday. 2012 SCIENCES Presented through emotions by: Jovelyn E.
Tabon. 2012 ETHICS • Studies how man ought to behave • Concerned with man’s moral obligation or the result of his behavior • Study of human behavior from the perspective of morality ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E. MEM 10 . January 4.PSYCHOLOGY • Studies how man behaves • Not interested in the morality of human behavior • Scientific study of mental and behavioral characteristics. associated with a particular kind of behavior Wednesday.
January 4. Tabon. MEM 11 . 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E.SOCIOLOGY • Deals with the study of social order • Deals with human relations in a society ETHICS • Deals with the study of moral order in the society • Deals with how human relations work in a society Wednesday.
self-control.. January 4. bravery. Tabon. and justice) were ethics. The moral characteristics modeled by the pioneers of knowledge (wisdom.. . MEM 12 . not their outcome… Ethics in its true sense precedes science.Ethics calls for patience and confidence. technique. and people’s relations. 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E.According to Kant. Wednesday.
Tabon. then at least blind… In this sense. if not dead. MEM 13 . It is the underlying principle of religion as well as all serious endeavors in art and science. 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E. January 4.According to Albert Einstein. I am religious… Wednesday. …The most beautiful and deepest experience a man can have is the sense of the mysterious. He who never had this experience seems to me.
they act against themselves and turn to violence and savagery. Wednesday.According to Marquis De Sade and Denis Diderot. 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E. Tabon. MEM 14 . …whenever wisdom and science are separated from ethics and ethical ends. January 4.
The very existence of an ethical world depends on the human capacity for conscious design. 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E. Tabon. MEM 15 . What allows humans to live in a moral world is our ability to distinguish between right and wrong. Wednesday. January 4. and to act upon that distinction to transform both ourselves and our world for the better.
January 4. Who do you save and why? Wednesday. MEM 16 .Think ethically and scientifically You are in a boat. 2012 ETHICS IN RELATION TO OTHER SCIENCES Presented by: Jovelyn E. Four people fall overboard: a female baby. an older woman. You cannot save them all. and a baby boy. an older man. Tabon.
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