The Moral Dilemma Of Obedience From Authority And Supervisors

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A moral dilemma that I had faced in my life that continue to cloud my judgement even until this is day is obedience to and how far we will let it reflect on how we let it decide how we live our life. In today 's day and age with the everyone having so many choices on how they can live our lives conflicts with our moral reasons with what is right or wrong and having to outweigh the values of our conflicts. Its makes I question authority and test on how far our obedience from authority and supervisors lays thought us. When we were little most of us were taught that by my parents what was right or wrong and how by simply having these few characteristics a person can have such as stronger, more powerful, and intelligent or just have more experience than you that they are always right.

We grow up in today 's world thinking that should always question the authority because nothing can be "too good to be true”. And that we should have to the ability to reconsider whether or not something is rational or irrational because if not it can end badly. When I was little I attend catholic school for most of my childhood education and there we were taught what they say is moral and immoral. Well when I graduated learned that because a person was gay didn 't mean that they were bad or evil but that they are just like you and I. So with this in mind to make me reevaluate what I found moral or immoral so my obedience to question if I taught it was wrong. And how they are certain norms

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