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A further problem with this view of ethics is that of how we decide upon the societal ethics which we seek to conform to. Thus there are the standards of society at large, the standards of our chosen profession and the standards of the peer group to which we belong. For example, the standards of society at large tend to be enshrined within the laws of that society. But how many of us rigorously abide by the speed limits of this country ? Different grouping within society tend to have different moral standards of acceptable behaviour and we have a tendency to behave differently at different times and when we are with different groups of people.

Innovation, flat hierarchies and open-minded professors Study in Sweden close collaboration with future employers Mälardalen university collaborates with many employers such as ABB, volvo and Ericsson TAKE THE RIGHT TRACK debajyoti nag Sweden, and particularly MDH, has a very impressive reputation in the field of Embedded Systems Research, and the course design is very close to the industry requirements. 4 Ethics, CSR and Corporate Behavio Ethical Relativism Relativism is the denial that there are certain universal truths.

1 Deontological Ethics According to deontologists certain actions are right or wrong in themselves and so there are absolute ethical standards which need to be upheld. The problems with this position are concerned with how we know which acts are wrong and how we distinguish between a wrong act and an omission. Philosophers such as Nagel argue that there is an underlying notion of right which constrains our actions, although this might be overridden in certain circumstances. Thus, there may be an absolute moral constraint against killing someone, which in time of war can be overridden.

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