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Tagged With: ethics

Essay: The Eighth Deadly Sin

The Eighth Deadly Sin: When Ethics and Morality Keep Quiet Greed. Lust. Wrath. Gluttony. Pride. Envy. Sloth. These words are obviously a part of a collective. Their commonality? They have all been labelled, named-and-shamed, as human’s inherent downfall. They are used by writers to create characters; psychologists to analyse mindsets; historians to piece together the … Continue reading »

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Essay: The “Ethical Elbow” for IOP

The “Ethical Elbow” An IOP Intern’s Perspective of the Breaking Point The question is: how far must one’s ethical elbow bend, before it breaks? I have always considered myself as being a person of high moral standards. This has changed drastically in the working world – and not from lack of protest. The fact is, … Continue reading »

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