BUS 309 Week 2 Quiz 1 Chapter 1

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BUS 309 Week 2 Quiz 1 Chapter One

  1. Ethics addresses the question of
  2. Ethics does not investigate questions of
  3. Business ethics is the study of what constitutes good and bad human conduct in a
  4. Who discussed whether a merchant should tell people more goods similar to his are on their way?
  5. Business ethics dates to
  6. “Business” and “businessperson” are
  7. The objective of businesses is to provide goods or services for
  8. A group of persons working together for a common purpose is
  9. Moral standards concern behavior that is
  10. Whether you should copy a pirated DVD on your office computer is a
  11. What term generally refers to any special code of social behavior?
  12. Rules of etiquette are generally
  13. Laws enacted by legislative bodies are called
  14. Common law is
  15. Who did Martin Luther King Jr. address his “Letter from Birmingham Jail” to?
  16. Professional codes of ethics lie somewhere between
  17. For philosophers, the important question is
  18. Any religion provides its believers with a
  19. The Golden Rule represents
  20. The idea that morality must be based n religion can be interpreted in
  21. The moral instructions of the world’s great religions are
  22. The view that what is right is determined by what a culture says is right is
  23. Carr defends a form of
  24. The tendency to let the behavior of those around us dictate our response in emergencies is known as
  25. In what way could Carr’s views concerning bluffing in business be extended to bluffing in dating? Do you believe that bluffing in either of these contexts is ethically acceptable? Why, or why not? What do you answers tell you about your views concerning the plausibility of ethical relativism?
  26. Do you believe that businessmen have a duty to reveal all the information that they have about their products and its merits vis-à-vis those of their rivals to consumers? Why, or why not? If not, do you believe that they have a duty to reveal any of this information—or should the “buyer beware”? If they do have a duty to reveal some of this information, how extensive is this duty? Do you believe that this duty could vary by industry? Why, or why not?
  27. Do you believe that business ethics is a specific area of philosophical inquiry, or not? Do you think that its concerns could be subsumed into the general field of ethics? Why do you think as you do?
  28. Do you believe that there is a role for professional ethicists in business settings? Why, or why not? If not, why not? If you do, why—and what do you envision their role as being?
  29. In what ways are professional codes of ethics, moral rules, legal requirements, and the requirements of etiquette different from each other?
  30. Must morality come from God? Why, or why not? If you believe that it does, do you believe that God has a reason for giving us the commands that he does, or do you believe that they exists merely on his whim? If the former, could we discover these reasons and act morally without God? If the latter, why should we can, morally, about God’s whims?