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1. Those principles and values that actually guide, for better or worse, an individual’s personal conduct (Guy, 2001) 

2. Morality is the informal system of rational beings by which they govern their behavior in order to lesson harm or evil and do good, this system, although informal, enjoys amazing agreement across time and cultures concerning moral rules, moral ideas and moral virtues (Madden, 2000) 


D. Values 

1. Where emphasis is placed and what is rewarded in an organization and society 

2. Guiding principles of behavior and conduct. 

3. The core motivator for behaviors 


IV. Ethical theories 

A. In-depth knowledge is not required but it is important to have an understanding 

of some of the major theories to help shape classroom discussions 


B. Divine Law 

1. Based in many religions, primarily Judeo-Christian and Islamic 

2. What is considered good under this philosophy? God’s will and word 

3. What is right behavior? Obeying God’s will 

4. What are the strengths of this theory? Moral certainty and guidance 

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