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Similarities and differences in professional ethics and personal ethics.

By:  Nick Melillo, Internet Marketing Expert
Professional ethics and personal ethics have two distinct applications as one is involved in your own personal life and affects your perception and value placed upon things in your own life which does not apply primarily to your professional endeavors.  Your professional ethics play a unique role in that you are held to a certain standard when in the workplace and must abide by a specific set of ethics that […]

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Is it possible to make good decisions without thinking critically?

By:  Nick Melillo, Internet Marketing Expert
In my opinion, a person must not only be objective but also think critically in order to make positive decisions.  However, this can depend on the nature of the person’s decision making process, since a lot of people operate very differently.  Some people tend to overanalyze things and this causes them to make decisions based upon their feelings, insecurities and expectations.

This can have a dramatic effect on their behavior in […]

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What is the relationship between critical thinking and ethics?

Critical thinking plays a large role in ethics because it is the process by which we determine for ourselves whether or not something is right or wrong. In a sense, critical thinking is a form of analysis and determination of fact vs. fiction, identifying the unknown, coming to an understanding, etc... By taking the path of a critical thinker, a person develops a mental process of evaluation which helps to determine their ethical standards.
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