An Ethical Analysis: "The Accountant's Dilemma" Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

An Ethical Analysis: "The Accountant's Dilemma"
Applys both Kant's ethical theories and utilitarian ethical theories to the case of "The Accountant's Dilemma" and then argues that the utilitarian theories are superior to Kant's.
# 32090 | 1,400 words | 1 source | 2002 | US
Published on Sep 22, 2003 in Philosophy (General) , Ethics (General)


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One of the problems of ethical analysis is the fact that the application of two ethical theories to the same case can actually produce two different choices for action. As will be seen in the following application of utilitarianism and Kant's ethical theories to the case study of the "The Accountant's Dilemma" not only do these theories provide two different choices, but both present valid arguments for each choice. However, it will be argued that the utilitarian theory presents the preferred ethical alternative.

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