• S. Politics/Ethics

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Remember an ethical person has standards and values by which they live. When considering Politicians you may want to review the following:

Washington Ethics Society. (2013). What does “ethics” mean?

http://www.ethicalsociety.org/article/19/about-wes/etical-culture-our-religious-heritage/faqs-about-ethical-culture/what-does-ethics-mean?search=ethics

Having ethics suggests that truth-telling exemplifies character traits of excellence. There is the notion of integrity in truth-telling (Begley, 2008).

Begley, A. (2008). Truth-telling, honesty, and compassion. A virtue-based exploration of a dilemma in patience. International

     Journal of Nursing Practice, 14, pp. 336-341.

A wonderful article by Montopoli, B. (2012). Lying Politicians: A fact of life. http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-250_162-57485776/lying-politicians-

Considerations in Ethics

Every Profession needs a code of Ethics. Some important questions to create critical thinking about a code of ethics (Howard, 2001) are:

1.Reciprocity: Does the rule apply to you and are you initating or receiving the action?

  1. Universality: Do you want the rules to apply to everyone?
  2. Consistency: Is the system of rule logiclly consistent?
  3. Actualization: Does the rule provide guidance for behavior?

Howard, R. (2001). The ethical or/ms professional. Interfaces, 31(6), pp. 69-82.

Ethical Words

A Jewish Sage found in Green & Levi (2004).

“Watch your thoughts, they become your words;

Watch your words, they become your actions;

Watch your actions, they become your habits;

Watch your habits, they become your character;

Watch your character, it will beomce your destiny.”

Green, M. & Levi, B. (2004). The truth about lying. American Journal of Bioethics, 4(4), pp. 63-64.

 

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