Questions Of An Ethical Nature


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1.  There are more ethical people than unethical people in today’s world. Agree
Disagree
I don’t want to think about it.
2.  I only lie, cheat, and act unethically if I am likely to get away with it. Agree
Disagree
I don’t want to think about it.
3.  I cannot be accused of lying or cheating or acting immorally or unethically, until I say, “I never lie or cheat or act immorally or unethically.” Agree
Disagree
I don’t want to think about it.
4.  Is it worse to be immoral or amoral? Immoral
Amoral
I don’t want to think about it.
5.  If you are a lawyer is it possible to be ethical most of the time?

Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.

6.  I don’t often concern myself with lying, cheating, and being immoral and unethical. Agree
Disagree
I don’t want to think about it.
7.  An action is not immoral, unethical unless it directly hurts someone. Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.
8.  Should all immoral, unethical acts be crimes under the law? Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.
9.  If I steal something and then use it for a good purpose, was it a crime to steal? Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.
10.  If in my business I promote a less worthy person ahead of a more worthy person for an irrelevant reason, is that ethical?
(Disregard the not-wise business practice aspect.)
Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.
11.  If in my business I promote a less worthy person ahead of a more worthy person for an irrelevant reason, am I treating the less worthy person unethically?
(Disregard the wise business practice aspect.)
Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.
12.  If in my business I hold back a more worthy person because I need to promote a less worthy person, is that ethical?
(Disregard the wise business practice aspect.)
Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.
13.  If I don’t cooperate as much as I can with my coworkers, am I being unethical? Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.
14.  If, as an employee, I don’t work to my full potential, am I being unethical?

Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.

15.  If I don’t work to my full potential, do I earn all the money I am paid? Yes
No
I don’t want to think about it.
16. Obamacare, known in most other nations as socialized medicine, is, in the United States, a means for the government to control approximately one-sixth of the entire US economy — specifically, all aspects of the health care industry. The government — including politicians, unelected officials, & bureaucrats — will determine if and when the patient will be allowed to receive medical care. Federal and state bureaucrats will determine if doctors’ diagnoses will be fully considered when allocating medical resources. The bureaucrats’ computer system will provide the final determination regarding if and when a patient will be granted access to medical resources and procedures. These include potentially life saving, expensive diagnosis tools, operations, recuperative methods, and more.

Doctors are trained for many years and often required to work for years in order to gain adequate experience to become accredited and qualified to determine what tests are appropriate, how to interpret test results, and make health care diagnoses, prognoses, and identify necessary procedures. Under Obamacare, doctors will no longer have the final say, nor be able to work around the bureaucrats’ decisions. Doctors will no longer be able to determine if and when procedures and resources will be made available to their patients. Doctors will lose the ability to prescribe what they believe and know to be best procedure for their patients.

Therefore…  >  >  >

Obamacare does not force doctors into unethical behavior. Obamacare forces doctors into unethical behavior.

Under Obamacare it will, under certain circumstances, be impossible for doctors to obey their Hippocratic Oath.

17.  Is it possible to teach ethics at the collegiate level to actually upgrade students’ ethical behavior?

Yes, ethics can be learned when in college. It is not too late to learn ethics.

No, ethics cannot be learned when in college. It is too late to learn ethics.

I don’t want to think about it.