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How Do You Tell Right From Wrong?

Monday, Oct. 1, 2012

Are there any “shortcuts” to more ethical behavior? That is the question posed in a recent New York Times column by Alina Tugend.

In it, she offers perspectives on “doing the right thing, whatever that is,” and uses the Markkula Center framework on ethical decision making to illustrate the kinds of questions one can ask when wrestling with an ethical dilemma.

Do you have any “formula” for making decisions when faced with competing and compelling arguments? What do you do when you realize the decision is not about right and wrong but about right and right? Share your thoughts here.

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