Ethics

Ethic
noun

C2 [ C usually plural ]
a system of accepted beliefs that control behaviour, especially such a system based on morals:

the (Protestant) work ethic
The ethics of journalism are much debated.
He said he was bound by a scientist’s code of ethics.
Publication of the article was a breach of ethics
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ethics C2 [ U ]

the study of what is morally right and what is not

More examples
The doctor has been accused of violating professional ethics.
a code of behaviour/ethics
The company was known for its poor business ethics and many people refused to buy its products.
Members of the society are highly qualified and governed by a strict code of ethics.
He wrote an article criticizing the business community for its the lack of ethics.

Cambridge Dictionary
Wat is ethiek?


Een pdf van 6 pagina’s:

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Ethiek = de wetenschap die kritische redeneermethodes ontwikkelt om na te gaan wat goed en slecht is, rechtvaardig en onrechtvaardig, verantwoord en onverantwoord, menswaardig en mensonwaardig. Kortom: alles wat behoort tot de menselijke verantwoordelijkheid. Met als doel te zoeken naar de meest menswaardige oplossing.

Gewetensnood is herkenbaar in ‘Casualties of War’, vandaar onderstaande video’s.

Het onmogelijk ontoelaatbaar gebeuren in de cases in deze website roept gewetensnood op.

Het ontsporen en verongelukken is verbijsterend.

Iets die structureel onmogelijk hoort te zijn gebeurde alsof het een kleinigheid was.

Het moreel conflict wordt in Casualties of War benadrukt.

Dit is het punt in de kwestie op papier (in meer dan 400 pagina’s).

De website is een metafoor voor de gewetensnood, zoals verwoord in de ondertitel van de website.

       

1 Casualties Of War Theatrical Movie Trailer (1989)

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After being denied the chance to go to a nearby village to visit a prostitute before starting a a reconnaissance mission, a tough, embittered American sergeant involves the four men of his patrol in the kidnapping of a young Vietnamese woman. The impending gang rape and murder of the woman splits the patrol into two factions, those for it, and those against it with young Eriksson leading the dissension. But before long, the sergeant has convinced everyone but Eriksson to go along with the plan, making an already difficult mission unbearable for the morally conscious young soldier. Casualties of War is inspired by a true story.

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2 Casulties of War – You taking an Attack posture on me!

27 mrt. 2008

Tense conflict between Sean and Mike
 

3 “Casualties of War” (1989) The Key Scene

 
1 dec. 2018
 
This is the climactic scene in “Casualties of War”, a 1989 film about the Vietnam War. The guy opposite Michael J. Fox here is very believable as an army officer, which isn’t surprising since he (Dale Dye) actually was a decorated Marine who served in Vietnam. Other than this scene though, I really didn’t think this was a good movie. Most of the acting isn’t very convincing. 
 
Fox was no doubt eager here (and for the rest of his career, really) to show that he could do serious, gritty, non-Marty McFly type roles, but he still comes across as a bit too innocent and earnest. Sean Penn in particular is inexcusably hammy in way over-acting his part as the arrogant scumbag. Everyone was trying too hard and too self-consciously I think to make this an epic hardcore Vietnam movie that would earn Oscars and rank alongside “Apocalypse Now” and “Platoon”. 
 
Brian DePalma directs, and at this point I personally am ready to say that after giving him plenty of chances, his work – other than of course “Scarface” (1983) and even “Mission Impossible” (1996) – just isn’t anything all that special.
 

 
Eriksson sees Captain Hill (Dale Dye) about the crime he saw his squad commit, but Captain Hill is going bury the matter and tells Eriksson that he’s reassigned to a Tunnel Rat unit. In addition, the other four men are reassigned to other units.
 

4 Purpose, Values, Principles – An Ethics Framework

14 apr. 2020

An ethics framework is a statement of an organisation’s purpose, values and principles. It makes clear what they believe in and what standards they’ll uphold.

It’s a roadmap to good decision making and, if it’s lived throughout the organisation. It’s also a guide to making an organisation the best version of itself.

Trying to make a decision without knowing your purpose, values and principles, is like being at sea without a rudder. They’ll be pushed around by the winds of our desires, mood, unconscious mind, group dynamics and social norms. The choices they make won’t really be their own.

For a deeper dive, visit www.ethics.org.au

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https://ethics.org.au/a-guide-to-purp…

ABOUT THE ETHICS CENTRE

The Ethics Centre is an independent not-for-profit that advocates for a more ethical society.

A team of innovators, thought leaders and conveners of people and ideas, we deliver a range of services including innovative programs, consulting, leadership and an ethics helpline designed to bring ethics to the centre of everyday life.

Across our work, we aim to diagnose, prevent and cure the sources of ethical failure, to increase ethical literacy through education and information, and develop tools to empower good decision making.

The Centre’s programs are recognised for stimulating public awareness and understanding, creating a space for open, honest and often difficult conversations.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of The Ethics Centre, and we’re committed to educating, engaging and informing for a better world for the 30 years to come.

Watch more videos in our playlist: http://ow.ly/1G3b50yw5MR

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This video may be freely used by individuals for their own personal use and, to the extent not already permitted by relevant copyright law, by non-profit educational institutions for educational purposes.

Permission is granted on the condition that attribution is given to The Ethics Centre, and a link is included to our website (www.ethics.org.au).

Please contact The Ethics Centre (contactus@ethics.org.au) if you would like to use or license our materials in any other way.

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5 What is Ethics?

14 apr. 2020

Ethics asks how we should live, what choices we should make and what makes our lives worth living.

It helps us define the conditions of a good choice and then figure out which of all the options available to us is the best one.

Ethics is the process of questioning, discovering and defending our values, principles and purpose. It’s about finding out who we are and staying true to that in the face of temptations, challenges and uncertainty. It’s not always fun and it’s hardly ever easy, but if we commit to it, we set ourselves up to make decisions we can stand by, building a life that’s truly our own and a future we want to be a part of.

For a deeper dive, visit https://www.ethics.org.au

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ABOUT THE ETHICS CENTRE

The Ethics Centre is an independent not-for-profit that advocates for a more ethical society.

A team of innovators, thought leaders and conveners of people and ideas, we deliver a range of services including innovative programs, consulting, leadership and an ethics helpline designed to bring ethics to the centre of everyday life.

Across our work, we aim to diagnose, prevent and cure the sources of ethical failure, to increase ethical literacy through education and information, and develop tools to empower good decision making.

The Centre’s programs are recognised for stimulating public awareness and understanding, creating a space for open, honest and often difficult conversations.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of The Ethics Centre, and we’re committed to educating, engaging and informing for a better world for the 30 years to come.

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© The Ethics Centre 2020.

This video may be freely used by individuals for their own personal use and, to the extent not already permitted by relevant copyright law, by non-profit educational institutions for educational purposes.

Permission is granted on the condition that attribution is given to The Ethics Centre, and a link is included to our website (www.ethics.org.au).

Please contact The Ethics Centre (contactus@ethics.org.au) if you would like to use or license our materials in any other way.

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6 Ethics, Morality and the Law

15 apr. 2020

The world around us is a smorgasbord of beliefs, claims, rules and norms about how we should live and behave.

It’s important to tease this jumble of ethical pressures apart so we can put them in their proper place. Otherwise, it can be hard to know what to do when some of these requirements contradict others.

Let’s talk about three different categories of demands on how we should live: ethics, morality and law.

For a deeper dive, visit https://www.ethics.org.au

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7 DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LAW AND ETHICS

28 dec. 2018

 

8 Introduction to Ethics

9 aug. 2013

Recommended Readings: An Introduction to Ethics by John Deigh – http://amzn.to/2496GKz (affiliate link) Human Happiness and Morality: A Brief Introduction to Ethics by Robert Almeder – http://amzn.to/1UfjoEP (affiliate link) Good and Evil by Richard Taylor – http://amzn.to/24972ka (affiliate link) ===================================================
In this lecture we look at the subject matter of ethics, distinguish between moral subjectivism and moral realism, discuss Hume’s law, and look at the difference between teleological and deontological theories of ethics.
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11 The best scene of Casualties of War by Brian De Palma featuring Elmo De Pelmo

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12 Casualties of War – You taking an Attack posture on me!

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13 Casualties Of War – Trailer [HD] (Updated)

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14 Casualties of War (1989) – Flowers for a ghost

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15 Who is a VC? (enhanced)

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16 First and Last – CASUALTIES OF WAR (Brian De Palma, 1989)

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17 Sean Penn – The Thin Red Line – Sergeant Welsh scene: Everything a lie.

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18 Casualties of War (1989) Scene: “You don’t have to try and kill me.”

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19 Casualties of War – Trial of the bastards

25 mrt. 2020

“Casualties of War” (1989) Directed by Brian De Palma Starring Michael J. Fox, Sean Penn, John C. Reilly, Don Patrick Harvey and Erik King
 

20 casualties of war – talk with chaplain

We can still talk, can’t we?

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21 Casualties of war scene

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22 The Making of Casualties of War

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24 Ericksson’s War – A Conversation with Michael J. Fox (Casualties Of War Documentary)

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I’m a huge fan of this film and noticed this short conversation with M J Fox about the film and his role in it is not available on this platform so thought I’d upload it for other fans of Michael J Fox and the film Casualties Of War itself. Please remember to like and Please also check out the other similar video I have uploaded which is a general ‘Making of Documentary’ about Casualties Of War with Brain De Palma. I do not own any of this footage and no copyright infringement is intended, all rights belong to the original producers.

25 Casualties of War – You taking an Attack posture on me!

 

 

 

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Personal tribute and remembrance for the POW and MIA of the Viet Nam war. This short film and original song does not intend to be political , it is only for those nearly 2000 people still unaccounted for in SE Asia whose families and friends are still waiting and wondering where they are. Secondarily, this song goes out to every man and woman who has ever served their country, fighting for freedom and human rights for all. If there are some discrepancies with the content of the lyrics it was intentional to evoke imagery of the horrors of a war which has never brought all who served back home, regardless of the gender of the soldier. I pray that we never forget them, that we will continue to ask questions of our leaders and seek the answers so that there may finally be peace for these unaccounted heroes.
 

28 Why do ethics matter? | Shefali Roy | TEDxOxbridge

23 jun. 2017

Having spent the majority of her career in ethics and compliance, Roy elaborates on the importance of ethics, according to her an inherent and necessary component of business, yet one that is often overlooked. Citing numerous case studies, she emphasises that the means of obtaining financial gain ethically, should never be trivialised or overlooked.
 
Shefali Roy is the former Chief Compliance Of cer (Europe) and Money Laundering Reporting Of cer for Stripe, a technol- ogy company based in San Francisco that facilitates payments online. Prior to Stripe, Shefali headed up Compliance, Business Conduct, and Risk across Europe, the Middle East, India and Africa for Apple, was the Chief Compliance and Ethics Of cer for Christie’s worldwide, and was responsible for private wealth com- pliance for Goldman Sachs across Europe. She has undergradu- ate quali cations in law, economics and nance and postgraduate quali cations in journalism and economic history, from RMIT, Oxford and the LSE respectively. She is currently undertaking an EMBA from Oxford’s Said Business School. In 2016, Shefali was named on Innovate Finance’s Global Most Powerful Women in FinTech List. She sits on the Boards of Ada’s list – a women in technology network – and Photoworks – a photography collective.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
 
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29 Becoming As Ethical As We Think We Are | Morgan Hamel | TEDxYYC

13 sep. 2019

We’re not as ethical as we think we are. And, if we realize it, we have a better chance of being better. Fashion Ethicist Morgan Hamel shares her own personal struggle with the ethics of egg donation, as well as dilemmas in her fashion business and an unusual interaction with Andy Fastow from Enron to show that understanding the role of self-interest is key to becoming the individuals and companies we already think we are. Morgan Hamel started The Garment to connect women and responsible brands. Her company brings together women who are interested in owning fewer, better pieces and the companies who make them. Her work is about more than just clothing—it’s about community. After studying ethics in school, and working in the ethics office of a large corporation, she learned just how much grey area there can be. She created a business model based on her experience that is changing the face of fashion. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
 

30 Moral Courage & Moral Imagination

15 apr. 2020

Every time we make a decision, we change the world just a little bit. This is why moral imagination plays a crucial role in good ethical decision making. It helps us appreciate other people’s perspective. And sometimes when we must make those decisions, they can be difficult, this is where moral courage comes into play.

For a deeper dive, visit https://www.ethics.org.au

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ABOUT THE ETHICS CENTRE

The Ethics Centre is an independent not-for-profit that advocates for a more ethical society.

A team of innovators, thought leaders and conveners of people and ideas, we deliver a range of services including original programs, consulting, leadership and an ethics helpline designed to bring ethics to the centre of everyday life.

Across our work, we aim to diagnose, prevent and cure the sources of ethical failure, to increase ethical literacy through education and information, and develop tools to empower good decision making.

The Centre’s programs are recognised for stimulating public awareness and understanding, creating a space for open, honest and often difficult conversations.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of The Ethics Centre, and we’re committed to educating, engaging and informing for a better world for the 30 years to come.

Watch more videos in our playlist: http://ow.ly/1G3b50yw5MR

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Copyright Notice

© The Ethics Centre 2020.

This video may be freely used by individuals for their own personal use and, to the extent not already permitted by relevant copyright law, by non-profit educational institutions for educational purposes.

Permission is granted on the condition that attribution is given to The Ethics Centre, and a link is included to our website (www.ethics.org.au).

Please contact The Ethics Centre (contactus@ethics.org.au) if you would like to use or license our materials in any other way.

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31 The Significance of Ethics and Ethics Education in Daily Life | Michael D. Burroughs | TEDxPSU

4 apr. 2016

Although we might not realize it, we all face ethical issues on a regular basis. But how do we know how to respond well to these issues, to make better (as opposed to worse) ethical decisions? In this TEDx talk Dr. Michael D. Burroughs discusses the numerous kinds of ethical issues we face, possibilities for increasing our ethical awareness as “everyday ethicists,” and the importance of introducing ethics and philosophical education in our schools. Dr. Burroughs also discusses the role of ethics in the lives of children and ways in which adults can attempt to understand and learn from children in ethical discussions.
 
Michael D. Burroughs is a philosopher, ethicist, educator (and beekeeper). Michael earned his PhD. in Philosophy from the University of Memphis and currently serves as Associate Director of the Rock Ethics Institute and Senior Lecturer of Philosophy at Penn State. Michael has published widely on topics in ethics, the philosophy of education, and childhood. In addition, he has devoted much of his professional career to practicing philosophy and ethics with populations beyond the university, including children in K-12 schools, prison inmates, and senior citizens. Michael’s forthcoming book (co-authored with Jana Mohr Lone) is entitled Philosophy in Education: Questioning and Dialogue in Schools (Rowman and Littlefield, 2016) and addresses the purpose, theory, and practice of teaching philosophy and ethics in K-12 schools. In addition to his professional pursuits, Michael enjoys spending time in the out-of-doors, playing music, and traveling, among other things.
 
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
 
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