If he goes on the trip it is only good for Bill. If he declines the invitation then it is good for UWear, Joe, Paledenim, and in the end Joe’s family. Others with a different view than mine might say that Joe should use the Egoism theory. This theory suggests that we should act only in our self-interest and that failure to do so keeps us from reaching our potential, (Forman, 2008). Someone might suggest this theory because they believe that Joe should act in his best interest and if he does then he will not go on the trip.
Assignment 207 Task C Ci. Let him know he has a choice. He has more chance of learning how to be independent and do things for himself, reassure him he will still see his family when he wants to and he wont be bound by the premisses. Cii. Because it is hes choice to make, as he is now a adult and should be treated like one.
Even with a shortage of audits, there should not be a drastic error in their statements. They need to be independent in their roles instead of working with the management team. Dell’s management team is establishing, but it should be independent as well. Dell’s audit committee has conducted an investigation into some particular accounting and financial report matters. Because the company did not find out the specific error right away, they had to delay its filing of the annual fiscal report for the year ended February 2, 2007 (Taub, 2007).
Problem 1: Budget allocation for Advertisements: Problem Statement: Ben & Jerry’s before the acquisition by Unilever has never spent a penny on TV advertising and preferred to market it by unusual means. After the acquisition by Unilever, an advertising agency has been appointed through which the advertisements have been made in order to market the products. Decision: Yves Couette made a decision that the company would spend more on the marketing activities instead as he was more interested in increasing the revenues rather than decreasing the marketing expenses. Analysis: Ben & Jerry's reputation was lost because of the acquisition by Unilever. People did not want Ben & Jerry's to be sold to Unilever because they thought that the company would be lost in Unilever’s plethora of products and would be ignored by Unilever.
Singer admits that there may be a “psychological difference” among the conflicting cases, but he also believes that it provides no excuse to a human’s moral obligation. To explain, just because a person feels ok about not taking action because other people choose to not take action, does not mean that they are morally justified. In his first counterexample, Singer is out to prove that whether there are many people involved in the situation, or one person, it makes no difference. With the idea “global village” and the technology of today’s society, Singer dismisses the idea of distance being a factor. He claims that “instant communication and swift transportation” have made relief organizations so efficient, and that helping them has become as efficient as helping a neighbor.
I strongly oppose this, because it is confusing. These Acts go against a freedom that people take for granted. It is meaningless to have an Amendment if we know that our government can take it away. Talking freely should not be punished, because according to our founding fathers, it deserves to be in the 1st Amendment. However, Congress thinks differently, and they follow through with their punishments.
Improvement in thinking is like improvement in basketball, in ballet, or in playing the saxophone. It is unlikely to take place in the absence of a conscious commitment to learn. As long as we take our thinking for granted, we don’t do the work required for improvement. Development in thinking requires a gradual process requiring plateaus of learning and just plain hard work. It is not possible to become an excellent thinker simply because one wills it.
Why do we study history? INTRODUCTION Why do we have to study history for? People say that we don’t need to learn this some people say that is benefits them but to my opinion it doesn’t really matter because everybody has to learn it. We can also learn a lot of new things we didn’t know about at all. “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” (George Santayana) this means that we have to learn from our mistakes in order to do better in the future.
Conclusion. Since the Law can never nurture respect, it is useless to write it into Law. Should we write visiting parents into Law? According to the newly amended Law on Protection of the Rights and Interests of the Elderly, people are obliged to visit their parents statedly from now on. But I believe writing parental visiting into law is not only unnecessary, but unwholesome.