Principles of right and wrong.
What are Ethics?
John Spacey, updated on December 01, 2016
Ethics are principles of right and wrong established by a civilization, society, culture, organization or individual. It is considered a branch of philosophy as the question of right and wrong is a fundamental question rooted in views of existence, knowledge and values.
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A list of issues and principles related to business ethics.
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The definition of agency with examples.
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An overview of existential risk.
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An overview of the term precrime as it relates to technology ethics.
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