Ethics in the Military
According to Webster's (1983) ethics can be defined as having to do with or conforming to moral standards or professional standards of conduct. It can also be described as the study of reasoning about moral right and wrong, which nurtures the moral consciousness and establishes the basis for right actions by military leaders Stromberg Wakin and Callahan (1982). Military ethics is an ethics of institutions, and we should not presume that such an ethics is structured in the same way as an ethics of personal relations (Fotion and Elfstrom (1987). It will touch the fate of huge numbers of pe…
- Ethics in the Military
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