Prevention of deontological
violations committed in community pharmacies is important for the protection of public health, the reputation of pharmacy profession and public finance.
There are three major traditions in ethical thought: virtue ethics, deontological
ethics and utilitarian ethics.
Despite this acknowledgment, we hold that this tension arises in Rawls' 'justice as fairness' because of his deontological
compass and the ensuing 'demandingness problem', to be elaborated below.
(TAP) - Fight against cybercrime and political manipulation on social networks is inherent mainly to the setting-up of an adequate deontological
framework, said Wednesday Director-General of the Tunisian Institute of Strategic Studies (ITES) Neji Jalloul.
libertarians think that justice means respecting individual rights, not because doing so produces good outcomes but because rights are important in themselves.
theories of ethics are those "that base ethical actions on a priori principles or maxims that are accepted as guides for such actions" (emphasis in original) (Gordon, et al., 2011, p.
This discussion weighs deontological
ethical concerns (i.e., "a search for moral imperatives or obligations that should apply to all human beings" p.
Such a commitment requires thinking of border coercion as violating an absolute deontological
Particularly in the European Union (EU), scholars and practitioners take different positions on EU competition law with regards to the combination of welfare economics and the deontological
influences, usually referred to as a form-based approach.
However, although applied ethics using the principles of bioethics has become a reality, violation of these deontological
rules within the medical practice in Brazil has grown (3,4).
From the beginning, the deontological
liberalism of John Rawls has sent the problem of cultural diversity and of identity claims in the private sphere of existence, arguing that the public space shouldn't be governed by values, but according to some neutral, consensual principles.