You can be honest without telling people exactly what you are thinking, because some things are better left unsaid. Trust / Reliability Trust is something I truly value in one´s character. I learned it the hard way that not everyone can be trusted and trust needs to be earned. Reliability is under the same category. In decision making one needs to have earned trust so the decision itself can be relied on.
Centrists argue based on reason and circumstance to define importance of a given point. They tend to be realistic and avoid extremes whenever possible. Of course an extreme may be required, so luckily Centrists tend to exercise reason in application. Centrists dislike special interest influence and unfair practices. They don’t appreciate spin from candidates or news organizations.
They are concerned with how well you make your case. Whether they agree or disagree with your judgment is not essential to your mark. Disagreement does not lead to bad marks; bad essays do. If there are important arguments against your position, do not ignore them; deal with them honestly. Give those who disagree with you a fair go.
Instrumentally rational action is when a goal is not desirable but an induvidual still works out the best way to reach it. Value rational action is when an individual works towards a goal although doesn't know what the outcome will be. Traditional action is a routine action which is done out of habit whilst affectual action is action which is expressed by emotion. Although Weber takes into account the individual choice and focuses on understanding (meanings) when explaining a persons behaviour the four catergories are hard to apply to real situations. Also as we are our own selves and cannot put ourselves in the shoes of someone else we can never really fully understand someone's actions.
Perhaps more so than Emotivists, Prescriptivists see ethical language as fairly meaningful. They believe that the terms used are able to create absolute rules that everyone ought to follow. It would seem that ethical language is seen by many as very meaningful, although for varying reasons. However agent centred theories such as Virtue Ethics would argue that our main focus of morality should be on becoming as virtuous as possible, rather than deciding what is meant by ethical language. Therefore it would seem that perhaps morality should be more focussed on individuals’ actions rather then defining what is meant by ‘good’ and
This path is right because it helps people to see that there is freedom from suffering. This path also is known for not being an expression of judgment but as a way of showing accomplishments and the effects of following the right steps. Right Understanding For one to have the right understanding they must know that right and understanding can be broken down into two different categories. The word understanding is mainly focused on the nature of a situation without being able to prove the reason for the nature of a thing. The right portion of the word right understanding is the analysis of a situation that when a person is at a clear mind set and able to speak the truth of a situation.
They are willing to see that others have the sincerity to work with a diverse group of individuals. The guidance of right and wrong directs the challenge of the time. When ethical principle are violated there is little room for compromise. Being the obligatory person finding yourself solving conflicts are often frustrating. Conclusion When articulating an ethical obligation one must be effective with their words in order to express their position.
Understanding the individual may challenge your own attitudes and values. Find out about their attitudes and beliefs –ignorance can often be a barrier. Understanding may promote tolerance. Be professional at work. Even if you fundamentally disagree with another Individual’s attitudes and beliefs, they have the right to hold them, the same right as you have.
You must think about the point of life is to complete your goal so why let other thing get in your way. Having individualism will help this. It helps because you’re not comparing yourself to others. You feel that if you have respect for yourself and you like whatever you do you’ll be fine. If you don’t have individualism you will always want to have what she or he has or what they do.
Understanding the individual may challenge your own attitudes and values. Find out about their attitudes and [ beliefs – ignorance can often be a barrier. Understanding may promote tolerance. Be professional at work. Even if you fundamentally disagree with another individual’s attitudes and beliefs, they have the right to hold them, the same right as you have.