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|Title||Ethics between professionalism and individual conscience in public administration|
The main argument is that both professionalism (rational view) and individual conscience (anti-rational view) are very important elements to be considered in terms of establishing a framework for administrative ethics. The rationalist view believes in the power of science and the ability of reason to reach reality. If reason is properly used, human behavior can be predicted and controlled. The anti-rational view which believes in the role of human beings, can never have the complete knowledge to control social order. But values and human experiences are critical elements to understand reality. This paper will put the tension between professionalism and individual conscience in the context of this dichotomy.
|Published in||Business and Management Review|
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