(1) Clearly but succinctly, restate your old idea of Philosophy; ( I believe that Philosophy is seeking to know and knowing that what is known is not as revealing as what is yet to be known. I hope that the boundaries and scope of my knowledge of ethics will be broadened. I also hope to apply what is learn in my profession. )
(2) Then present clearly but correctly your current idea of Philosophy;
(3) State clearly the difference, if any, of the new one from the old one;
(4) Clearly and in a grammatically good English, state the similarity (ies), if any, between both of them.
(5) Summarize your view of Philosophy and its effect (if any) on you.
Course Objectives (Philosophy – Introduction to Professional Ethics)
Morality and Professional Life
February 18- March 10
Describe a profession
Identify a professional
Choose a profession
Describe the kind of a profession you would like to become
Apply correctly the first major moral-decision-making method: CRM (Case Resolution Method) when dealing with issues and/or carrying out one’s duties and responsibilities in a professional work environment
Identify major moral theories
Classify all major moral theories.
Apply correctly a second major moral-decision-making method: AJ (Analysis and Justification) when dealing with issues and/or carrying out one’s duties and responsibilities in a professional work environment.
Identify those the moral values that are expected of every professional as he/she performs his/her duties.
Describe what the above moral values involve in a professional work setting.
Demonstrate a high sense of personal and social responsibility
Demonstrate a value-based decision-making ability in dealing with colleagues and clients.