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Which is more difficult for you: making an ethical decision alone when no one will find out, or making an ethical decision when other people are pressuring you to conform to a lower standard than your own? Explain.
- 2 0 年前最佳解答
In regard of the two situations provided, indeed the latter situation would be more difficult to achieve. Since we live in a collective society, our behaviors are constantly under the evaluation of not only ourselves but others. As co-dependency is self-evident because we all need cooperation or collaboration from others, it is extremely difficult to maintain total independence in any time and defend our own standard of ethics when it is different than others. Due to the fear of isolation from the group, comformation is almost unavoidable, like teenagers are often comformed to peer-pressure. However, such action is not faultless beacasue when we cave in to group pressure we do suffer from our guilty conscience. When comformation is opposing our ethic, it is always a struggle because we may desperately want to belong but our conscience never ceases to guide us to do the right thing no matter what the situation might be.參考資料： myself