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The topic of this paper is an ethical dilemma that will cause me to make a moral choice; I am also personally biased and strongly opinionated in regards to the situation.

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This unit revisits the value of care covered earlier in cycle 1 and introduces empathy and the values of kindness and generosity as key components of an ethical life. The unit seeks to help students internalise the idea that at the heart of morality is a concern about something or someone other than themselves, their own desires and interests. This concern is expressed through care for and empathy with other people, including putting empathy into practice in students’ everyday lives. The underlying premise in this unit is that nurturing empathy is likely to increase a
person’s capacity for care and increase their motivation to act kindly and generously towards others. Students undertake learning activities to practise cognitive empathy or perspective taking to develop their understanding of how other people perceive a given situation, and how other people’s perceptions might differ from their own. They also
engage in learning activities to grow their capacity for emotional empathy – the ability to ‘feel with’ others and to understand what might trigger other people to feel, for example, happiness or sadness.

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The necessity of this moral liberty is made clear in the work of many philosophers, in that of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, for example, in whose Social Contract are discussed what Rousseau sees as the centrally important relationships between what he terms the general will, liberty, equality and fraternity....

said the research has highlighted situations of whistleblowing presents a true moral dilemma.
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1. Analyse and evaluate how the Olympic values can be used as an inspiration and motivational tool for their own self-growth, drawing on examples of inspirational Olympians and Paralympians
2. Make informed decisions on how to use their leisure time most effectively by providing evidence of research students have conducted on local sports and leisure activities
3. Confidently debate with others some of the ethical questions surrounding sport, particularly the reasons for foul play, doping and cheating, and whether tolerance or forgiveness should be applied

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1. Recognise that it is possible for humans to change for the better – that is, to develop their moral character – and that nobody is inherently a good or bad person
2. Engage in a discussion about what it might mean to be a good person (while being aware that there are different ways of defining a ‘good person’)
3. Give an account of how they would like to develop themselves to be a better person
4. Behave virtuously – for example by demonstrating a capacity for patience or courage – in their dealings with other people (perhaps in the first place their classmates and family members)

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3. Restate succinctly the key points of a fellow student’s perception of an ethical dilemma, check for accuracy and give the original speaker an opportunity to clarify

Anti-Doping Agency with using performance-enhancing drugs.

This hesitation can largely be put down to the fact that whistleblowing on doping presents a true moral dilemma – with two equally valid and demanding moral options. As an athlete, do you report doping behaviour to protect the integrity of sport, or keep quiet to protect the individual’s career, reputation and well-being?