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Ethics Series by Tirthankar Sir

Attitude and Aptitude – Relationship | Ethics Concept Series

Aptitude refers to the inherent ability to learn and grasp, whereas attitude refers to one's learned tendency or predisposition towards an object, person or action. Aptitude is a natural ability or innate potential to learn or acquire a skill whereas attitude tells about a person’s desire to perform or learn. Both the attributes are very …

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Attitude And Types of Attitude | Ethics Concept Series

An attitude is a relatively enduring organization of beliefs, feelings, and behavioral tendencies towards socially significant objects, groups, events, or symbols. It is a learned tendency or predisposition to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner for a given object.   Attitudes can be of various types like explicit and implicit attitudes, positive and …

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Attitude and Classification of Attitudes | Ethics Concept Series

An attitude is a relatively enduring organization of beliefs, feelings, and behavioral tendencies towards socially significant objects, groups, events, or symbols. It is a learned tendency or predisposition to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner for a given object. Attitudes can be generally Positive and Negative, Implicit and Explicit, instrumental and Value expressive …

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ATTITUDE: CONTENT, STRUCTURE, FUNCTIONS| ETHICS CONCEPT SERIES

ATTITUDE An attitude is a relatively enduring organization of beliefs, feelings, and behavioral tendencies towards socially significant objects, groups, events, or symbols. It is a learned tendency or predisposition to respond in a consistently favorable or unfavorable manner for a given object.   Gordon All port once described attitudes as “The most distinctive and indispensable …

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CONCEPT OF CARDINAL VIRTUES | ETHICS CONCEPT SERIES

Cardinal Virtues are the fundamental virtues on which the other virtues are based. The term ‘cardinal’ is derived from the word Cardo. ‘Cardo’ means a hinge or a hook which supports the door, and on which the door turns. Cardinal virtues are defined as a group of virtues such that they cannot be derived from …

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ROLE OF FAMILY SOCIETY AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN INCULCATING VALUES | ETHICS CONCEPT SERIES

Values imply individual preferences. As the man is a social being these preferences are learnt in the life through the influence of various actors like family, society, educational institutions etc. and the role of these actors becomes very much instrumental and important for inculcation of the values.   In other words, Human values are the …

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ETHICS AND VALUES – COMPARISON | Ethics Concept Series

Ethics and Values together lay the foundation for sustainability. Ethics are the set of rules that govern the behaviour of a person, established by a group or culture. Values refer to the beliefs for which a person has an enduring preference.  Ethics and values are important in every aspect of life, when we have to make a choice between …

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HUMAN VALUES | Ethics Concept Series

What are Human Values? Values imply individual preferences. They are the long lasting and fundamental beliefs that can guide, motivate the attitudes or actions of a Person.  Human values are the virtues that guide us to take into account the human element when we interact with other human beings. Honesty, Integrity, Truthfulness, Respect, Love, Empathy, …

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