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Ethics and performance

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Harold Chester on Monday. 1 Reply

What is the link between ethics and performance?Continue

Solidarity

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Harold Chester Jan 14. 1 Reply

Does solidarity an obligation or morality?Continue

What is ethics?

Started this discussion. Last reply by KAUSTUBH DIGHE Jan 14. 7 Replies

E ngagementT o be moreH umanI n term of businessC ooperation for theSocieties benefit.Continue

 

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David Harold Chester replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion Ethics and performance
"There is no direct link, however economics is all about doing its thing as cheaply and yet as properly as possible. We find that the ethical concept of being competent and efficient in one's dealings is virtually the same thing. A monopolistic…"
Monday
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Ethics and performance

What is the link between ethics and performance?See More
Sunday
KAUSTUBH DIGHE replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"I agree with you that the majority of people are not rational and yes people are unable to agree on what is ethical. This in fact shows the subjectivity of ethics. For example in science, experiments like cloning and tests on animals is highly…"
Jan 14
David Harold Chester replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion Solidarity
"neither"
Jan 14
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Jan 13
Moustapha Lo posted a discussion

Solidarity

Does solidarity an obligation or morality?See More
Jan 13
David Harold Chester replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"The majority of people are not rational which makes it a lot harder to decide from what ethics comes. Even if we were to include all of the ethical people, they would not agree on what behavior is ethical. So we need a definition that comes from a…"
Jan 13
KAUSTUBH DIGHE replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"From a philosophical perspective, ethics is a code of conduct grounded in morality affected by temporality and decided upon by a majority of rational people in that particular field. Therefore what it is an objective interpretation of subjective…"
Jan 12
David Harold Chester replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"I don't see why ethics is in any way connected to the web, as you write. Of course we can discuss it using the web, but the expression of our ways of behavior can be outside of the web too!"
Jan 4
Moustapha Lo replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"Thank you Dear David Harold Chester For this deep  analysis  I learned a lot as a young senegalese researcher who tried to give this modest definition using letters that composed the word ethics. If i understood ethics is our web-relation…"
Jan 3
David Harold Chester replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"17 Aspects of LVT Affecting Government, Land Owners, Communities and Ethics  Four Aspects for Government: 1. LVT, adds to the national income as do all other taxation systems, but it can and should replace them. 2. The cost of collecting the…"
Jan 3
David Harold Chester replied to Moustapha Lo's discussion What is ethics?
"Ethics provides us with a way of deciding what is right and what is wrong in the world and also how we should respond to a situation where such a choice needs to be made. We don't always choose what is right, but ethics does provide us with the…"
Jan 3
Moustapha Lo's 2 discussions were featured
Dec 16, 2018
Moustapha Lo posted a discussion

What is ethics?

E ngagementT o be moreH umanI n term of businessC ooperation for theSocieties benefit.See More
Dec 16, 2018
Moustapha Lo and Al LeBlanc are now friends
Aug 27, 2018
Moustapha Lo is now a member of Global Ethics Network
Aug 25, 2018

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As somebody who work in his master's thesis on ethical issues, i would like to be among the palyer of our era and not among lookers on by providing alternative solution like ethics to change people's mind

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