Right vs. Wrong

Please take this survey.

Where do you draw the line between right and wrong?

Link to Ethics for the Real World on Goodreads.These questions were adapted with permission from Table 4.1 in Ethics for the Real World, which helps you create a personal code of ethics and then use it to strengthen relationships and become more successful. Read more about it here.

The book groups the ethical questions into three categories:

Lying (and deceiving), Stealing, and Harming. The authors assume you are generally against these three behaviors, so they ask you to explore the exceptions you would make.

 

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Author: Brooke Allen

A retired Wall Street executive with a whimsical side.

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