Part I: Sport Management and Ethical Theory

Not end as in the "end of the road", but as in "the end which we seek." Teleological ethical theories are theories which describe our responsibilities and obligations in terms of our attainment of certain goals, or ends.

An Explanation of Moral Theories & Traditions

In these terms, Plato's theory allowed much greater room for substantive principles of morality.
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The authors clearly intend a specific audience of sport management students. These future sport managers need a foundation of ethical theory that will inform their decisions on issues anywhere from personnel dilemmas to gender equity. This book gives students that foundation by looking at many sport management issues.

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DeSensi and Rosenberg have enhanced Ethics and Morality in Sport Management in its third edition to try and keep up with the growing field of sport management. The layout and content of each edition remains largely the same: part one deals with ethical theories and moral discourse, part two illuminates the nature of personal and professional ethics, and part three examines behaviors in practical sport management settings. In the latest edition the authors have updated examples, scenarios, and references in these three sections that better speak to the growing complexity of the sport management industry around the world. The third edition is further updated with a fourth section that includes two new chapters addressing recent sport management issues and a “rewritten” final chapter on how recent trends in sport might affect the future of sport management (p. x).

With either a teleological or an exclusive deontological ethical theory, there are no  of the common
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of the theories and address how each affect morality, ..

There is a tendency for people when they get attached tosomething, they'll defend it as if they were its mother. Moral behavior is notpredicated on who the actors are; it is based on actions no matter whom or whatthe actors are. Objective reasoning requires that we think in terms of X and Y,not me or you or them or us.

Theories on Ethics and Morality by Kierkegaard and Kant …

Having canvassed the two main types of deontological theories(together with a contractualist variation of each), it is time toassess deontological morality more generally. On the one hand,deontological morality, in contrast to consequentialism, leaves spacefor agents to give special concern to their families, friends, andprojects. At least that is so if the deontological morality containsno strong duty of general beneficence, or, if it does, it places a capon that duty's demands. Deontological morality, therefore, avoids theoverly demanding and alienating aspects of consequentialism andaccords more with conventional notions of our moral duties.

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Taking them into consideration does not falsify Kant's theory; but it does undermine my confidence in the manner in which he thinks the theory should be applied, and it does provide a clue that the universalization principle as such may be lacking germane concepts and presuppositions that are necessary for practical conclusions.