Ethics Notes PHI 1120, Professional Ethics
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Day 10Sexual Harassment Wall X harasses Y 1)X does not obtain Y’s consent to communicate someone’s sexual interest in Y 2)X communicates to Y someone’s sexual interest in Y, with some perceived benefit for X 3)Y does not consent to this communication 4)Y feels emotionally distressed as a result Feary Quid Pro Quo (harassment) an offer of benefit in exchange for sexual favors Environmental harassmentmaterials in the environment of the sexual, degrading, etc, nature Actually being distressed isn’t the issue Sexual harassment is a family resemblance term Rauch Controversial materials out of fear of lawsuit is effectively a violation of free speech one of the cards of free speech is putting up with materials, jokes, or statements that we don’t like, that are offensive, etc Speech limitations of speech in the workplace applies to everyone/workers Day 11 Role Differentiated behaviourActions which are otherwise inappropriate but are justified because of one’s role Nagel: Ordinary Morality Public (utilitarianism) and private interest (deontology): individual autonomy, but did not hurt anyone else (help others?) If you are a politician however, you should look out for the public interest, constituency interest, party interest, donor’s interest, interest of foreign allies Ex. Citizens United case. Old case was that corporations were legal persons and persons have a free right to speech. New case is that corporations talk through money so there are no limits on money for political purposes (basic advertisements can bring contributors) Williams: Sometimes politicians have to do bad things to get good results. Want politicians who are willing to do what is needed, but reluctant There is no character trait consisting in getting it right all the time
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