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Ch 2: Moral Philosophies & Business Ethics

About This Chapter

The lessons in this chapter explain the applications of moral philosophies in business ethics. Quizzes after each video let you gauge your comprehension of the subject material.

Moral Philosophies & Business Ethics - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

The quick, engaging videos in this chapter explain how Kohlberg's model of moral philosophy, Mill's model of Utilitarianism, and social contract theory can be applied in business ethics and relationships. Video transcripts make it easy to track down key vocabulary terms, and you can submit a question to our instructors any time you need additional help. This chapter will teach you:

  • How ethics influence relationships in business
  • Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development
  • Utilitarianism models used in business ethics
  • The role of the social contract in business

Video Objective
How Moral Philosophies Relate to Business Ethics The lesson explains the applications of moral philosophies in business relations.
Kohlberg's Model of Moral Philosophy & Its Relation to Business Ethics Students review the Kohlberg model of moral philosophy and applications in business.
Mill's Utilitarianism Model in Business Ethics This lesson introduces the ethical philosophies of John Stuart Mill and explains Utilitarianism.
The Act and Rule Utilitarian Models in Business Ethics Students consider the Act and Rule Utilitarianism model and practical applications.
The Social Contract in Business Ethics Students learn how the social contract applies to ethics in business.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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