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★ Ethics & Ethical

Ethics & Ethical: see Altruism & Compassion & Morality & Philanthropy & Life’s Like That & Genetics & Medicine & Valour & Surgery & Doctor & Law & Principles & Rational & Sensitivity

Alexander Solzhenitsyn - Christopher Hitchens - Richard Dawkins - Albert Einstein - Immanuel Kant - Will Hutton - Roger Woodis - Albert Schweitzer - L Ron Hubbard - H G Wells - Daniel Dennett - Albert Camus - Earl Warren - The Office US TV - R Gillon - Rab C Nesbitt TV - The Rainmaker 1998 -  

 

 

86,379.  Even the most rational approach to Ethics is defenseless if there isn't the will to do what is right.  (Rational & Ethics)  Alexander Solzhenitsyn    

 

 

592.  I don’t believe that’s it’s true that religion is moral or ethical.  (Religion & Morality & Ethics)  Christopher Hitchens

 

 

95,754.  What kind of ethical philosophy is it that condemns every child, even before it is born, to inherit the sin of a remote ancestor?  (Bible & New Testament & Sin & Ethics & Philosophy)  Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion p251

 

 

826.  Ethical axioms are found and tested not very differently from the axioms of science.  Truth is what stands the test of experience.  (Truth & Ethics & Science)  Albert Einstein

 

 

6,212.  I do not believe in immortality of the individual, and I consider ethics to be an exclusively human concern with no superhuman authority behind it.  (Individual & Immortality & Ethics)  Albert Einstein

 

 

71,510.  A man’s ethical behaviour should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties and needs; no religious basis is necessary.  Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death.  Albert Einstein

 

 

4,971.  In law a man is guilty when he violates the rights of others.  In ethics he is guilty if he only thinks of doing so.  (Right & Ethics)  Immanuel Kant

 

 

5,012.  Different ethical values apart from the market ethic must be protected: trust, fairness and the acceptance of obligations should not be seen as tiresome obstacles in the creation of economic efficiency, but as central to it.  (Equality & Ethics)  Will Hutton, The State to Come

 

 

5,128.  Throwing a bomb is bad,

Dropping a bomb is good;

Terror, no need to add,

Depends on who’s wearing the hood.

 

Kangaroo courts are wrong,

Specialist courts are right;

Discipline by the strong

Is fair if your collar is white.

 

Company output ‘soars’

Wages, of course, ‘explode’;

Profits deserve applause,

Pay-claims, the criminal code.

 

Daily the Church declares

Betting shops are a curse;

Gambling with stocks and shares

Enlarges the national purse.

 

Workers the absentees,

Businessmen relax,

Different as chalk and cheese;

Social morality

Has a duality –

One for each side of the tracks.  (Trade Union & Ethics)  Roger Woodis, Ethics for Everyone

 

 

49,326.  The first step in the evolution of ethics is a sense of solidarity with other human beings.  (Solidarity & Ethics & Unity)  Albert Schweitzer

 

 

67,957.  I can do no other than be reverent before everything that is called life.  I can do no other than to have compassion for all that is called life.  That is the beginning and the foundation of all ethics.  (Compassion & Ethics)  Albert Schweitzer

 

 

71,509.  Compassion, in which all ethics must take root, can only attain its full breadth and depth if it embraces all living creatures and does not limit itself to mankind.  Albert Schweitzer

 

 

50,773.  There is no more ethical group on this planet than ourselves.  (Scientology & Ethics)  L Ron Hubbard

 

 

71,504.  The ethical system which will dominate the world state will be shaped primarily to favour ... beautiful and strong bodies, clear and powerful minds, and to check the procreation of base and servile types ... And the alternative in right conduct between living fully, beautifully and efficiently, will be to die ... The men of the New Republic will have little pity and less benevolence.  H G Wells, Anticipations of the Reaction of Mechanical and Scientific Progress upon Human Life and Thought, 1901

 

 

71,505.  The problem is that no ethical system has ever achieved consensus.  Ethical systems are completely unlike mathematics or science.  This is a cause for concern.  Daniel Dennett

 

 

71,506.  A man without ethics is a wild beast loosed upon this world.  Albert Camus

 

 

71,507.  History shows that where ethics and economics come in conflict, victory is always with economics.  Vested interests have never been known to have willingly divested themselves unless there was sufficient force to compel them.  (Ethics & Economics)  B R Ambedkar

 

 

71,508.  More often there’s a compromise between ethics and expediency.  Peter Singer  

 

 

78,655.  In civilised life, law floats on a sea of ethics.  (Law & Ethics)  Earl Warren, New York Times 12th November 1962

 

 

83,677.  That isn’t ethics.  Ethics is a real discussion of the competing conceptions of the good.  This is just the corporate anti-shoplifting rules.  (Office & Ethics)  The Office US: Business Ethics s5e3, Oscar

 

 

98,974.  The first important point to emerge from this symposium is that information is essential for autonomous and therefore rational decision-making.  One cannot reason or deliberate about alternative courses of action if one has no information about them ... patients are likely to make irrational decisions if their doctors given them inadequate information.  (Consent & Medical Law & Doctor & Ethics)  R Gillon (1983), 9 Journal of Medical Ethics 131

 

 

101,849.  He doesn’t want ethics.  That’s why he’s gone private.  Rab C Nesbitt: Wean s3e4, Rab with Jamie to doctor    

 

 

119,720.  Rudy:  What’s wrong with ethics?

 

Deck:  Nothing, I guess.  (Law & Ethics & Court & Insurance)  The Rainmaker 1998 starring Matt Damon & Claire Danes & Jon Voight & Mary Kay Place & Mickey Rourke & Danny DeVito & Dean Stockwell & Virginia Madsen & Randy Travis & Roy Scheider & Red West & Johnny Whitworth et al, director Francis Ford Coppola