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Does solidarity an obligation or morality?

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What is ethics?

E ngagement T o be more H uman I n term of business C ooperation for the Societies benefit.

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Is it important to live in a Democracy? #essaycontest2018

As the vanguard of Democratic ideals is best expressed in terms of America's successful experiment; Democracy is oft confused for its actua…

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Ethics and performance

What is the link between ethics and performance?

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5 Feb 3
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What is ethics?

E ngagement T o be more H uman I n term of business C ooperation for the Societies benefit.

Started by Moustapha Lo

7 Jan 14
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Solidarity

Does solidarity an obligation or morality?

Started by Moustapha Lo

1 Jan 14
Reply by David Harold Chester

is it important to live in a democracy?

.Getasew Altaseb Belay Haramaya university, Ethiopia BSc degree in chemical engineering. in my view, countries need freedom of political ex…

Started by Getasew Altaseb Belay

0 Dec 27, 2018

Is it important to live in a Democracy? #essaycontest2018

As the vanguard of Democratic ideals is best expressed in terms of America's successful experiment; Democracy is oft confused for its actua…

Started by D. Owens Wilmoth

0 Nov 29, 2018

GREATEST ETHICAL CHALLENGE

ESSAY 

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1 Sep 14, 2018
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Happy Human Rights Day!

Human Rights Day is actually tomorrow (December 10), so perhaps I should be wishing you a happy Human Rights Eve. This evening I will be ge…

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0 Dec 9, 2017

The Most Socially Just Tax

Although many people in government and politics are reluctant to change the tax regime, we should recognize that our present complicated sy…

Started by David Harold Chester

2 Oct 30, 2017
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Nationalism

Peace requires positive combativity in our relations and equally in the face of our own impulses. But to define peace as the struggle won b…

Started by Hanane Saouli

1 Feb 26, 2017
Reply by David Harold Chester

AN ANALYSIS OF NATIONALISM IN UGANDA

Carnegie Council International Student/Teacher Essay Contest: Nationalism 2016.

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0 Dec 28, 2016

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