The Imperial secretary Sang Hongyang declares “abolition of these measures is not expedient.” This statement means that Legalists believe the policies are necessary to keep the empire running and that it is not practical to abolish them, for then the treasuries would be depleted and funding for defense for the soldiers would be obsolete. Then he goes on to explain how “equitable marketing” was established and how it contributes to their country. Before this system, the people would send respective products as tributes to support the country, but the Legalists think that people are untrustworthy and should be governed by laws to force them to do good. They came up with this set of laws, i.e. setting up transportation offices, forcing the people to send their goods to these places because the government did not trust the quality of the products sent from the people.
He didn’t think he needed to ask Express the moral problem so that everyone will believe that his or her moral concerns have been recognized and included. * This is a moral problem because his actions of using company funds for personal use wasn’t economically efficient productive system, it didn’t produce more of the products that people most want an less use of the resources people least value, which is a definite value to society. In addition to this, his actions wasn’t informed to everyone. * Effective use of resources, What are the economic benefits? * What are the legal requirements?
Such “weasel words” explained in this article show how advertisements easily persuade people to buy their products. Even though advertisers have to be careful with what they say in ads, they are not responsible for how the reader takes it. The article “The Language of Advertising” by Charles A. O’Neill argues Lutz’s idea because he believes that advertisements might indeed be “charming and seductive by far from brainwashing” (370 O’Neill). The main point of this article is to support why everyone thinks for himself or herself and that nobody forces others to agree or disagree with
He uses others as tools for his own purposes, calculating the qualities in them which he finds would be of best use to him. Throughout the play, he repeatedly boats of how he values reason over emotion; due to his sense of his own superiority it leads him to separate himself morally from others. The character is deceitful, and he is an outsider because he deliberately positions himself that way. He prefers to use others to get to the position he wants instead of having to serve underneath Othello, and not receive credit for it. He shows no reluctance in involving Cassio with Othello’s wife Desdemona, in an elaborate plan to destroy Cassio as well as Othello and his relationship with Desdemona, it is also a plot to “get his place” (I, 3, 365).
Business is even viewed by some as being the vehicle for contributions to worthy causes. Yet business should stay away from negative impacts such as discrimination etc. He suggests the premise that business is for profit and the provision of goods and services. Profit is the only ethic responsibility for business according to Milton Friedman. Camenisch’s view is that the goods and services are the center of the business ethics for they promote the profit.
The difference between this and consumerism, is that the latter is often used to refer to a life ‘excessively preoccupied with consumption’ (Gabriel & Lang, 1995). Our consumer society consists of such consumerisms. Even on a global perspective Gabriel and Lang considers consumerism a dominating lifestyle, where people are wanting rather than needing. The notion of ‘consumerism’ however is often given a negative assertion (Miles, 1998) where it is not being looked at as a ‘good thing‘. Miles refutes this through his indication that we are surrounded by consumer goods and services which are not necessarily negative and should not be condemned but rather be
If one accepts the goals of the society and accepts the means to obtain those goals, one is classified as conformast. THe majority of us conformast -we want to be successfull and we accept the ways to pursue our dreams, THe conformaty is considered a normal nondevian behaviour . Innovator are the peope who accepts the goals of our society , but rejects the means that it provides . THey creates different ways (often criminal)of achieving the ultimate goals of being rich and successful . THis behaviour is considered deviant because it doest comply with the second criteria -the means that our
The Cynical Smirk In this chapter Loeb discusses the cynical mindset we as a people have. He says cynicism is a self imposed blindness, a rejection of the world because we are afraid it will hurt us or disappoint us. He makes the argument that by our passiveness we allow big companies and government officials to do whatever they like. They believe that they are to big to be beat because we let them believe that. As long as we don’t push back, naturally they will continue to keep taking from us and pushing the boundaries.
They instead believe people are freewilled and responsible for their own actions. Human behavior was considered to be motivated by a hedonistic rationalle, where people weighed the potential pleasure of an act against the possible pain or punishment. The classical or enlightened thinkers were concerned with protecting the rights of the people from the corruption and excess of the current legal institutions. The barbarous punishments were not the onlyproblems. At the time crime was very poorly defined and due process was either absent or ignored.
According to functionalists, order and predictability is important if a society is to exist. To ensure the society functions accordingly, people have to follow the norms and share common values or value consensus. Functionalists believe that value consensus can constrain and shape humans’ behaviour because people are said to be passive and they conform to sanctions whereby rewards will be given for practicing good behaviour (positive sanction) and punishments await those who commit deviant behaviour (negative sanction). Emile Durkheim argues that society is bigger than individuals and more vast . Individuals learn to desire what the society provides and in doing so, they internalise the roles given to them.