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my lecturer said that if you DONT think you need to know about ethics then you probably DO need to know about ethics
I DONT THINK I need to know about ethics.
So I probably do need to know this but it all seems a bit left wing to me and I only bought it as half of my accountancy module exam is on ethics. Otherwise I would never buy anything like this - its a bit like ISO and Environmental policies. Everyone has one but never pays any attention to it practically.
Still if everyone else wants to have a conscience, thats fine, its good to know the enemy
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Initial post: 14 Oct 2010 13:54:16 BDT
C. M. A. Rannou says:
When your children will die from our lack of cares about envrionmental issues...maybe you will understand that accountancy comes from the principle of accountability and that there is nothing else than a social habits telling us to be accountable only to shareholders. There is nothing about left or right wings but only about the emergency led by the climate change...and a real democracy where all can access information in order to choose (freedom principle coming from really right wing...) what they think is the best.
In reply to an earlier post on 18 Mar 2012 00:11:46 GMT
J. Smith says:
Don't be ridiculous. There is no such thing as climate change it's just another climatic cycle. Deal with it because nature has no ethics and will snuff us out in the blink of an eye if it wants to and will do it without compassion or conscience. No amount of hippy wind farms, electric cars or Fair Trade bags for life will make any difference what so ever.
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