Blog Posts - Ethics



Surfeit of Ego

In a world with finite resources, many commodities are in short supply. One clear overabundance is that of ego. We’ve seen that clearly in the long, long months of this year’s political campaign and the single month since then. Running … Co...

Not A Hack: U.S. Office Of Government Ethics Tweets At Trump

TO HAVE GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND OTHER GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS WRITING THEIR COMMENTS TO OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES ON TWITTER IS UNDIGNIFIED & UNPROFESSIONAL AND ABSURD IN MY OPINION. TRUMP IS UNFIT FOR OFFICE HE CANNOT BE TRUSTED TO DIVEST HIS COMPA...
by The Politics of Everything on Dec 1, 2016

Top Ten lies you were told about Christians!

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by Seven Spheres on Aug 17, 2016

Evolutionary Paradox: Why Be Good Without God?

Darwin did not teach us to be good. Joel Kontinen Animals often eat others instead of helping them, though we can occasionally see glimpses of a very different kind of world that reminds us of the Garden of Eden. Seen against this background,...
by Joel Kontinen on Aug 13, 2016

For The Kind Attention Of Mr Anil Ambani

Sir, As an e-mail to you office on the 31st of July has gone unacknowledged and phone calls to landline numbers publicly listed as those of your office went unattended on the following Monday, please allow me to make you aware of my recent experience...
by Wealthymatters on Aug 7, 2016

American Use of Atomic Bombs to Show Power

On August 6 and August 9, 1945, the United States under Harry Truman and despite criticism from General Eisenhower and Manhattan Project scientists dropped two atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, respectively. The first exp...
by Arash's World on Aug 6, 2016

Too Much Competition is Ruining Sport

Competition is amazing! It is the disruptive engine at the heart of the three key institutional innovations of modernity: market economies, democracy, and science. But despite its glamorous power, competition is not enough. Indeed it can be dangerous...
by The Philosopher's Beard on Aug 5, 2016

Uttarakhand Open University BA Human Values and Ethics 2015 Question Paper

Uttarakhand Open University Question Papers Roll No. .................................... B.A. 10/ B.Com.10/ BHM 11/BBA 10 IIndYr / IVth Sem, Examination-2015 FHVA-10 Human Values and Ethics Time : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 60 Note : This paper is of s...
by University Question Papers on Aug 5, 2016

Liberalism Insists on the Freedom to Insult Religion

Should insulting religion be banned? The reason the idea is still debated in the 21st century is that it has been reframed as a debate within liberalism rather than against it. The arguments set forward by groups such as the Organisation of Islamic...
by The Philosopher's Beard on Aug 3, 2016

“Black Lives Don’t Matter!”

This idiot thinks he can become white by kissing white ass! Western governments do not value the lives of the poor and underclass worldwide, they kill them off like bugs! Being poor and black in America is equivalent to being a non-person! The Britis...
by Seven Spheres on Jul 22, 2016

Race issues and Police Killings in the United States

The recent cases of police officers being ambushed and killed in the United States is very frightening and alarming, to say the least. The fact that officers who are there to serve and protect us and whose job it is to uphold the law are slaughtered...
by Arash's World on Jul 18, 2016

Environmentally Friendly Brochure Printing

The impact of a business on the environment should be an important consideration for any entrepreneur. The printing industry is one of those that have come under intense pressure to make adjustments in various process which have traditionally resulte...
by The Best Blog Online on Jul 5, 2016

The Ancient Greeks Got Happiness Right: 3 Steps to Eudaimonia

We all want to be happy. But could it be that we have our understanding of happiness all wrong? The general definition of happiness is philosophically unsophisticated. It pretty much boils down to the ongoing experience of positive emotions and a lac...

Business Failures? How To Win Customers Back

Jeff Djevdet (cc) Errors in business happen, but when you take the wrong direction — even in good faith — that makes customers feel deceived, you risk to never see them again. Hurting customers may risk you business and reputation, but ev...

When Being Too Nice Could Get You Killed

What does being a nice person mean to you? Virtue ethicists believe that politeness is the basis of all moral interactions. I think of niceness as a synonym for being a kind, helpful, good-natured, pro-social person, and...

STOP THE PRESS - 'The Hulk' vs Internet Moguls

"Hulk Hogan, media ethics and the battling Internet moguls" PBS NewsHour 5/30/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  When Hulk Hogan won $140 million in court from millionaire Nick Denton's Gawker Media after it published video of him having sex, the verdict rais...
by Mage Soapbox on Jun 6, 2016

CUSTOMER UNFRIENDLY BUSINESS

A Telugu movie : Brahmotsavam's  video grab at a multiplex  in DelhiDue to some unforeseen circumstances at last minute, this summer, I could not commit my children any vacation.  To appease them  , last week, I mooted the idea of   taking t...
by KNOWEB on Jun 3, 2016

Catherine Wilson on Epicureanism

Epicureanism is often caricatured as a philosophy of indulgence. But what did followers of Epicurus really believe and do? Catherine Wilson discusses Epicureanism and its legacy in this episode of the Philosophy Bites podcast. Listen to Catherine Wil...
by Philosophy Bites on May 30, 2016

#VACollab16 VA Ethics

So I promised we would pop a few takeaway thoughts up online for those of you who were unable to make it along to #VACollab16 – oh but what fun you missed!  A really fantastic day organised by Angela Dawson … Continue reading →...
by Society Of Virtual Assistants on May 23, 2016

Busyness as Usual

“Time,” Morpheus said, “is always against us.” Such is life in the Matrix. Wake before daylight. Climb on a bus. Stare at a screen for a solid eight hours. Climb on a bus. Sleep before dark. Repeat. It’s a schedule … Continue reading...


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