Decoding Ethics

Oftentimes, good people end up doing bad things. This can be avoided if we spend a moment thinking about the consequences of our actions.

We run on auto-pilots. The pressures of a hyper-competitive fast-paced world don’t allow us time to pause and reflect. As such our intuitive, habitual, first-instincts behaviours take over. In matters of ethics, this can mean a self-centered ‘me-first’ attitude that is focused on the immediate benefits and discounting of the long-term consequences which can mean serious moral lapses. Institutional processes that emphasise competition and relative comparisons . . .

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