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By Chris Megone, Simon J. Robinson

More often than not, case histories are used to demonstrate assertions or arguments or to stimulate debate approximately a topic inside enterprise ethics. This quantity examines that position, illustrating the hyperlink among case histories and extra normal theoretical techniques to company ethics.

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That' view' is ordinarily taken in these different ways is fairly obvious. One does not ordinarily speak of his 'color view', but of his 'view of a color'; whereas one does ordinarily speak of his 'moral view', and of this as the equivalent of his 'view of morals ' . The reason for this is that we are not inc1ined to think of ourse1ves as adopting a principle of color judgment, as we 28 THE CONCEPTS OF ETHICS are accustomed to think of ourselves as adopting a principle of moral judgment. Thus, if one were to say that his' view of a color' were mistaken, the person might seem to be saying that the particular sensation he is having is not the sensation he is having.

There may be a moral principle which the person thinks plainly is mistaken, and another moral principle which the person thinks plainly is not mistaken. But towards other moral principles he may have all degrees of doubt and certainty. And about one such principle the person may admit that he 'must be' mistaken in adhering to it, while yet he does not take the decisive step of giving it up. This is a particular kind of moral conflict. It is a conflict not merely between different values, one or more of which the person must decide to sacrifice, nor merely between an intellectual moral belief and a contrary behavioral disposition or habit, but between contrary bodies of evidence as to right moral belief.

By trying in the concrete to obtain the agreement which would prove the hypothesis true, we are most likely to succeed in proving this. And if we do not succeed, still we will have obtained more of an end universally recognized as desirable than if we assumed that the cognitivist hypothesis were either false or unverifiable. Is Value Intrinsic? Let us now consider whether we are able to describe further features of value, and in particular those, with Ir. 42 THE CONCEPTS OF ETHICS which Moore has been much concerned, of being 'intrinsic' and 'non-natural'.

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