Problem

Unethical practices


Experimental visualization of narrower problems
Other Names:
Improbity
Abuse
Misconduct
Malpractice
Unethical people
Nature:

Unethical practices is a term which covers the broadest range of activities which people may undertake in their private or public lives, and are considered wrong by their society or certain members of it.

Counter Claim:

To state that something is unethical is to assume that there is an ethic, a commonly agreed upon set of moral principles that clearly allows a society to determine what is right and what is wrong. At this point, at least in the West, the only thing that fulfils this function is the law. But the law is not a substitute for morality.

Related Problems:
Betrayal
Restrictive practices
Problem Type:
C: Cross-sectoral problems
Date of last update
19.05.2015 – 11:27 CEST