Ethics Case Study – 54

We judge ourselves by our best intentions, our noblest acts and our most virtuous habits. But others tend to judge us by our last worst act.

So in making tough decisions, we should not be distracted by rationalizations. Many moral failures are due to narrow mindsets that preclude taking into account the moral dimensions of a decision or action.

Making ethical decisions requires the ability to make distinctions between competing choices. It requires training, in the home and beyond.

What are the obstacles and common biases that influence our decision-making process and result in unethical conclusions?

20 marks / 250 words.

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