Ethical Lens Essay

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| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | ------------------------------------------------- Top of Form | Page 11 of 11 | Ethical Lens Inventory Results for WESLEY HOLLOWELL | Ethical Lens Inventory Report for WESLEY HOLLOWELLwww.EthicsGame.com GameMaster@EthicsGame.com | | | Rights Lens | Relationship Lens | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Results Lens | Reputation Lens | | | Your personal preferred lens is:None - Periscope or Paralysis?You see the gifts and the weaknesses of each lens and are able to move fluidly among them to adapt the right tools to each situation to assure the best outcome. You use your reasoning skills (rationality) to determine your duties (autonomy), as well as the universal rules and the systems that will assure fairness and justice for everyone (equality). You also listen to your intuition (sensibility) to determine the greatest good for each individual (autonomy), as well as the virtues that will best serve the community (equality).You have either a mature ability to use the right tools in a given situation or a paralyzed belief that everyone has a valid point. Although each of has a preferred lens, some who are ethically mature and able to use the tools of all the lenses, adapting them as appropriate in a given situation, test in the center of the grid. Others who test in the center of the grid actually have underdeveloped ethical skills. Those without skills tend to be paralyzed by their ability to see all sides and too desperate to please everyone. Your Core Values: Autonomy, Equality, Rationality and Sensibility You value autonomy and equality equally. You see how protecting individual rights

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