immoral to make the world uninhabitable for future people

part one: response 

Even though most of us agree that it would be immoral to make the world uninhabitable for future people, can we talk meaningfully of those future generations having a right that we not do this. After all, our remote descendants are not yet alive and thus cannot claim a right to a livable environment. In fact, since these generations do not yet exist, they cannot at present, it seems, be said to have any interests at all. How can they then have rights? Can we talk meaningfully of future generations having a right that we not despoil the world they inherit?

**Your response should be a minimum of 100 words. 

*** for part one you can only use the slides (Chapter seven)

part two: Journal

Discuss the important ethical issues in this case.  In your response examine the ethical issues in this case especially from the viewpoint of ethics and the environment.  In your response, please identify the values and describe the attitudes that have contributed to pollution problems like those at Herculaneum.

your response (minimum 200 words) for the case study.

*** for part two you have the attached pictures(img_2270,img_2271, img_2272) {PLEASE DO NOT USE ANY OTHER SOURCES }

part three: response 

According to Shaw and Barry, while employers bear the responsibility of terminating the employment of workers who won’t discharge their contractual obligation, they are also obliged to terminate workers “as painlessly as possible.” 
 

But why is this true? Where does the obligation rest? One possible justification would be utilitarian; if we could perform either (but not both) of two actions in the same circumstances, and one produced less pain to everyone affected by the action than the other, then we ought to perform that action that results in the least overall pain. Is there any other possible basis for the obligation to terminate as painlessly as possible?

**Your response should be a minimum of 100 words. 

*** for part one you can only use the slides (Chapter eight)

part four: Journal

Discuss the important ethical issues in this case.  In your response examine the ethical issues in this case especially from the viewpoint of ethics and the workplace.  In your response, please discuss the balance between employer and employee rights from an ethical perspective.

your response (minimum 200 words) for the case study.

*** for part two you have the attached pictures (img_2310, img_2311){PLEASE DO NOT USE ANY OTHER SOURCES }

part five: response 

What moral obligations, if any, do employees have to the people with whom they work?  What obligations, if any, do employees have to people with whom they have no direct relationship, and for whom they have no professional or organizational relationship?  For example, what moral obligations do you have to workers in third world countries who produce many of the items that are purchased in the United States? Would you be willing to spend as much as twice (or ten times) as much for your clothing if that was required for these workers to be treated fairly? 

**Your response should be a minimum of 100 words. 

*** for part one you can only use the slides (Chapter ten)

part six: Journal

You have been appointed as the chief ethics officer of your organization.  Take into consideration the material we have covered in this class. What are three goals you would like to accomplish in your first 90 days of work?

your response (minimum 200 words) for the case study.

*** for part six use the three slides I attached plus 

those two previous assignment’s link to access the other slides 

https://www.homeworkmarket.com/questions/ethics-assignment-2
https://www.homeworkmarket.com/questions/business-ethics-assignment-1
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