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5.1 Whistle Blowing
Read the article in Files/Resources/Reading, James, “Whistle Blowing.” Listen to
audio lecture 5.1 Whistle-blowing and follow along with the Powerpoint slides in
Resources/Powerpoint slides (Mod 5.1 Whistleblowing.pptx).
Question: James has several criticisms of the DeGeorge criterion. Explain
one and then revise that clause of DeGeorge in a way that James would approve of.
5.2 Safety & Risk
Read the article in Canvas Files, Macpherson, “Safety, Risk Acceptability, and
Morality.” Listen to audio lecture 5.2 Safety and Risk and follow along with the
Powerpoint slides in Files (Mod 5.2 SafetyRisk.pptx).
Question: Give an example not mentioned in the reading or in the podcast that
illustrates the difference between safety and risk assessment.
5.3 Social & Professional Responsibility
Read the article in Files/Resources/Reading, Johnson, “Professional Responsibility of
Engineers.” Listen to audio lecture 5.3 Professional Duties and follow along with the
Powerpoint slides in Resources (Mod 5.3 Responsibility.pptx).
Question 1: In your own words, describe what’s wrong with describing an ethical
discussion as one party “imposing one’s view” on another.
Question 2: Present one problem with the Risk & Consent and give an example not
used in the lecture.
5.4 Military Ethics
Read the article on Military Ethics in Cavnas. Listen to audio lecture 5.4 Military
Ethics and follow along with the Powerpoint slides in Files/Resources/Powerpoint
slides (Mod 5.4 Military Ethics.pptx).
Question: Pick one of the clauses in Just War Theory and give an new description of
something that would be a violation of that clause. Be sure to explain why it is a
violating of the clause you’ve chosen.
5.5 Conflicts of Interest
Read the article in Files/Resources/Reading, “Conflict of Interest.” Listen to audio
lecture 5.5 Conflict of Interest and follow along with the Powerpoint slides in
Resources/Powerpoint slides (Mod 5.5 Conflict of Interest.pptx).
Question: Create a new example of a conflict of interest–not one mentioned in the
podcast–and explain why it’s a problem. Make sure that it fits the strict definition
given in the podcast.
5.6 International Bribery
Read the article in Files/Resources/Reading Kaikati, “International Bribery.” Listen to
audio lecture 5.6 International Bribery and follow along with the Powerpoint slides in
Resources/Powerpoint slides (Mod 5.6 International Bribery.pptx).
Question: Explain in your own words the difference between lubrication and
Read the article in Files/Resources/Reading, Baron, “Moral Status of Loyalty.” Listen
to audio lecture 5.7 Loyalty. There are no Powerpoint slides for this podcast.
Question: Explain in your own words the “Problem of Us.” What exactly is the
problem and what does it have to do with loyalty?
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