“Can a Corporation Have a Conscience?”

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You must answer Question 1 and one of the questions that fall under Question 2 (one of a, b, c, etc.) (each question is worth 50% of your final test grade):

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1) With reference to “Teaching Ethical Decision Making,” imagine you had to teach a one hour seminar on “teaching ethical decision making to a group of employees over whom you have some authority. (i) Describe the hypothetical business/organization, the kinds of employees working, and your role. (ii) Create a plan for how you would teach the participants to practice in engaging in/practice the virtue of honesty across a range of three further hypothetical situations (to be described by you as well). (iii) Justify (by means of premises and inferential reasoning to a conclusion) your reasoning for why your plan for attempting to practice/instil honesty in each of the three hypothetical situations is a good method. (iv) Anticipate problems with each of the three plans for each of the three scenarios. (v) Taking into account these potential problems (taking them seriously), justify why your method described in (iii) is still a promising method.

Choose one of the following questions (each question is worth 50% of your final test grade):

2a) With reference to “Business Ethics and Moral Motivation: A Criminological Perspective,” (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.

2b) With reference to “Ethical Leadership and the Psychology of Decision Making,” (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.

2c) With reference to “Can a Corporation Have a Conscience?”, (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.

2d) With reference to “Is Business Bluffing Ethical?”, (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.

2e) With reference to “The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase its Profits”, (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.

2f) With reference to “Who Controls the Corporation?”, (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.

2g) With reference to “Who Should Control the Corporation?”, (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.

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