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Beyond answering "what to do?"an ethical orientation involves exploring principles and motives by questioning "why?" and considering consequences by asking "how?" This requires a structured enquiry and creative response.
Read full article | April 20, 2005
Exercising emotional and rational integration
An important part of the ethical skill set involves trusting the gut-response to a moment or situation. Most often we encounter ethical quandaries first at a visceral level as an emotional discomfort or concern. The rational problem usually only comes into focus when we respect that initial - often fleeting - instinct. Experience shows that ethical abuses occur when our emotional radar is glossed over or intentionally suppressed. We need our minds to dissect and evaluate ethical variables. But first we need to learn to listen to our gut and trust our feelings to identify the actual issues.
Read full article | April 20, 2005

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