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Right Use of Power: the Heart of Ethics

Posted on27. Dec, 2008 by .

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Cedar Barstow asked: Both Meg and Rob were thinking about grief.  So a bit more about that.  Grief, of course, has it’s own rhythm and pace, and is a process….neither to be rushed nor clung to.  I’m reminded of the Sensitivity Cycle from the Hakomi Method.  The Sensitivity Cycle describes the process of becoming more […]

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Ethics in Education

Posted on14. Aug, 2008 by .

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Emily Wyschynskyj asked: In a post WorldCom, post Enron world, should colleges be doing more to prepare graduates for what lies ahead in the ‘real world’? It is safe to say that somewhere along the line ethics education has failed within this country. One need look no further than the front page of their morning […]

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Right Use of Power: the Heart of Ethics

Posted on08. Jun, 2008 by .

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Cedar Barstow asked: Both Meg and Rob were thinking about grief.  So a bit more about that.  Grief, of course, has it’s own rhythm and pace, and is a process….neither to be rushed nor clung to.  I’m reminded of the Sensitivity Cycle from the Hakomi Method.  The Sensitivity Cycle describes the process of becoming more […]

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What is More Ethical Blogs or News Media?

Posted on04. May, 2008 by .

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Rob Glenn asked: We are hearing more and more that readers believe the information contained in Blogs is more reliable than the print news media. (I don’t think a direct comparison between the electronic media and Blogs makes much sense, so my comparison is direct: written material vs. written material.) While I find this shift […]

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Ethics in Education

Posted on03. Apr, 2008 by .

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Emily Wyschynskyj asked: In a post WorldCom, post Enron world, should colleges be doing more to prepare graduates for what lies ahead in the ‘real world’? It is safe to say that somewhere along the line ethics education has failed within this country. One need look no further than the front page of their morning […]

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