4 edition of The alternatives and consequences of actions. found in the catalog.
The alternatives and consequences of actions.
|Series||Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis philosophy,, 4|
|LC Classifications||BJ1012 .B46|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||67082638|
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Consequences Basics Misuse of Consequences. Using consequences helps you to impose discipline in a way that teaches your children responsibility and accountability and encourages them to look inward to learn how they can do things differently in the future.
Direct and Indirect Consequences of Chosen and Alternative Actions In everyday life, much of what happens is the direct consequence of the actions we take or the events we observe. I know that it is raining because I see the rain, and I know that it’s lunchtime because my roommate is calling me to lunch.
Simultaneously, many things are oftenFile Size: KB. Actions have consequences, some that we never see coming. And those consequences affect more that just one person, they affect everyone around us, whether for good or bad. I'll be the first to admit, I lose sight of this idea all the time. That's why I think more people should have the reminder.
What are natural and logical consequences. A consequence is a result of something a person does. Letting children experience the natural or logical consequences of their actions is one way to teach responsibility.
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All actions have consequences, this is the Law of Cause and Effect or simply known as hing we think and say and do has some level of consequences for ourselves and for others. Like ripples on a pond, our actions spread out and affect others as the consequence of our.
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The Consequences of our Actions Dictionary. com defines consequences as the result or outcome of something that occurred earlier. Every action that we have has a consequence or punishment goes along with it. That applies for all people, from a young child to an experienced adult.
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Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen BradfordAuthor: Lars Bergström. ALL ACTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES. Everything we think and say and do has consequences for ourselves and for others.
Like ripples on a pond our actions spread out and affect others because everything is interconnected. And we need to remember that our actions are irreversible.
Consequences are where our thoughts and actions meet reality. Natural consequences can teach important lessons. We all have to learn that if we don't remember to take our lunch, we'll go hungry. But when most parents use "consequences" for discipline, they aren't the natural result of the child’s actions (“I forgot my lunch today so I was hungry.”.
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Introduction Alternatives Consequence Example Doing right involves: Thinking about all of your choices before acting Thinking about the consequences of your choices Thinking about the morality of those choices With thought and imagination, we can make the best moral decision.
We teach them to avoid fires and hot surfaces and playing in the street, because the consequences of these can be extremely hurtful to ourselves.
Some, however, are slow to learn those lessons. Many, it seems, "have to learn the hard way" through suffering the consequences of their actions.
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One may imagine human consequences as the output of a matrix of scenarios. Assume that four sets of scenarios are developed for the futures of the natural environment, social and economic organization, values, and policies. Joining together all combinations of one scenario from each set, and adding assumptions about people's immediate responses.
The assigning of probabilities for action alternatives and their consequences indicates the presence of _____ in the decision environment ** Find And define the problem.
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SUMMARY OF THE STEPS OF THE ETHICAL DECISION MAKING PROCESS 1. Gather the facts 3. Define the ethical issues 4. Identify the affected parties (stakeholders) 5.
Identify the consequences 6. Identify the obligations (principles, rights, justice) 7. Consider your character and integrity 8. Think creatively about potential actions 9. Check your gut.
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Actions have consequences. In the book of Genesis we read how Joseph placed his loyalty above lust when he was tempted by Potiphar’s wife.
His primary concern was the preference of God when he said, “How can I do this great wickedness, and sin against God” (Genesis ).
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