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29 de Marzo, 2016 · General

ETHICAL VALUES. Valores éticos

LEARNING HOW TO ENHANCE ETHICAL VALUES

We can explain ethical values like abstract concepts with moral goals that show what is good or bad. They are like signs that enable us to assess and recognize what is right or wrong. They guide our behaviour. Up to a point, they might be compared to a traffic sign, because they aim towards what we should be aware and do in order to achieve good goals and do things properly.

            Ethical values are connected with a complex group of elements that depicts the complexity of any human circumstance, like culture, age, education, religion, economic situation and so on. Also we should distinguish between social and personal values.

            Some of the most important ethical values are: love, charity, freedom, justice, dignity, respect, coherence, integrity, honesty, wisdom, courage, tenderness, equality, temperance, self-control, self-discipline.

 

SUGGESTED ACTIVITY:

1º. Choose one ethical value, it shouldn’t be repeated. Example: Dignity.

2º. Define that ethical value as well as possible. Example: Dignity is the ability to develop the best of oneself so as to help others to develop the best of themselves.

3º. Give reasons that explain why that particular ethical value you chose is an important ethical value for you. Example, dignity is important for me because is a value that move me to develop the best of myself, to overcome problems, in order to have the chance to help others. That makes me happy and makes happy people around me.

. Point out a person whom you identify with that value and write two or three lines on that person. Example: Paulo Freire he was a person who promote universal education to increase freedom and dignity. He defended human rights for poor people. He encouraged everybody to recognize the beauty of tenderness and compassion. He worked a lot in order to stress the importance and inalienable of every human life, no matter his or her culture, economy or ideology. He stressed the dignity and importance of human life.

5º. Think of one way to promote the value that you have chosen. Example: We can promote dignity by meeting people from different countries and exchanging experiences and ideas with them. It would help us that we can learn from others and we can offer good things to other people too.

 6º. Write two questions that will make people reflect on the value that you have chosen. Example: Is it possible to support your dignity and, at the same time, being a liar, a lazy or an intolerant person? How can we support dignity in our personal life?

7º. Mention what are the three most important ethical values for you. Example: Tenderness, dignity, freedom.

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