By Michael J. Taleff PhD CSAC MAC
The features of the booklet on the topic of the philosophy of technological know-how and cognitive technological know-how (inductive and deductive reasoning, biases, and heuristics) are distilled in moderate and priceless methods. i like to recommend this ebook to these dependancy execs who are looking to create their very own framework for moral selection making.
Ethical decision-making is needed in lots of of the tricky occasions confronted by means of habit pros. during this advisor, Michael Taleff describes the way to combine severe considering with moral decision-making. it is a advisor no longer on "what to do" while faced with tough moral dilemmas, yet on easy methods to take into consideration what to do.
The writer offers universal moral dilemmas that habit pros face of their day-by-day work--such as boundary concerns, confidentiality, twin relationships, and more--and asks readers to contemplate their very own responses to those dilemmas. The publication then exhibits readers how you can observe new types of moral considering to perform.
- Presents a moral self-exam to motivate severe pondering one's personal decision-making approach
- Introduces a number of versions resembling the social agreement concept, existentialist idea, and moral egoism
- Discusses how biases, emotional reactions, and fallacies can weaken moral decision-making
- Presents an introductory "Ethics Judgment Kit," an easy, functional decision-making approach for college students
This publication demonstrates how serious pondering abilities can effect and enhance the method of moral decision-making."
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Ethics is about choices. Values cannot help but be a part of those choices. ) Reasons—good rational ones—should guide your choices. An important element in advanced ethics is determining how you came to your ethical decision, not having someone else make one for you. So how do you do it? ) THE LEAST YOU NEED TO KNOW ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ Ethical decisions will require you to take a stand. Ethics talks the talk, and morality walks the walk. The three big questions are: ■ Who is actually making the ethical decision?
Ask yourself what decision you would make and, most importantly, ask what your reasons are for your decision. Try to hold your decision in mind, plus the reasons behind it. We will revisit them at the end of the book. A few years ago, Fox News (2007) reported that a woman living in Michigan was charged with attempted manslaughter when her 5-monthold daughter died after breast-feeding. The women had been using cocaine for 2 to 3 days before the feeding. A medical examiner determined that the young child died of cocaine intoxication.
They are more concerned with the thing done. To them, motive counts for nothing (Samuel Butler as cited in Cohen, 2002). For example, it doesn’t matter to the police if you agree with the speed laws as long as you obey them (the thing done). For those that hold to this view, it doesn’t matter if a client internalizes the “no drugs allowed in the treatment program” rule, as long as that client abides by the rule. To those who dismiss intent, it is not important whether or not the client has an internal desire to obey rules.
Advanced Ethics for Addiction Professionals by Michael J. Taleff PhD CSAC MAC