Each of us has a “moral compass” – a set of moral beliefs we use to guide our choices in ethical situations. When we apply critical thinking to ethics, we can improve our moral compass and build a strong, ethical core to guide us. One tool to use is from your textbook is the Thinker’s Guide to Moral Decision Making, which includes 9 strategies for making ethical decisions.
2. Initial Post: Create a new thread and answer all three parts of the initial prompt below
- Identify one of the 9 strategies that stood out to you and explain why you feel it is important.
- Provide an example of how you can include the strategy you identified in your life.
- Why do you think so many employers seek employees with strong ethical reasoning abilities?