Ethics– is the branch of philosophy that deals with issues of right and wrong in human affairs.
Assigment 1: Felecia Robinson is running for school board in a large eastern city. Her opponent is conducting what Felicia regards as a highly unethical campaign. In addition for twisting the facts about school taxes, The opponent is pandering to racial prejudice by raising resentment against African Americans and recently arrived immigrants. Five days before election, Felicia who is slightly behind in the polls, learns that the district attorney is preparing to indict her opponent for shady business practices. but the indictment will not be formally issued until after the election not can it be taken as evidence that her opponent is guilty- like all citizens, he has the right to be presumed innocent until proven otherwise. still, news of the indictment could be enough to throw the election Felicia’s way, and her advisers urge her to make it an issue in the remaining campaign speechless. should Felicia follow their advice?
Question 1: What do you believe would be the most ethical course of action in Felicia’s case?