Author archives: vivek jain

  • importance and challenges of ethics

    May 27, 15 • 787 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    importance and challenges of ethics Contents Objectives Introduction The Challenge of Situation Ethics Cultural and Ethical Subjectivism Morris Ginsberg’s “On the Diversity of Morals” Let Us Sum Up Key Words Further Readings and References  

  • Discourse ethics

    May 27, 15 • 887 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    Discourse ethics Contents Objectives Introduction Kantian Deontological Ethics The General Features of Habermas’ Discourse Ethics The Rules of Argumentation Moral Consciousness and Discourse Ethics Karl-Otto Apel’s Discourse Ethics Apel’s Critique of

  • PRELIMINARY (Part-2)

    May 26, 15 • 497 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

      The damage that is caused to the country was also highlighted by a study made recently by the PHD Chamber of Commerce reported in the Economic Times 4.9.2001. The report is reproduced below: According to a study by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry,


    May 26, 15 • 481 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    CHAPTER I – PRELIMINARY 1. Short title and extent (1) This Act may be called the prevention of Corruption Act, 1988. (2) If extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir and it applies also to all citizens of India outside India.


    May 26, 15 • 506 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    LAWS of justice which Hammurabi, the wise king, established. A righteous law, and pious statute did he teach the land. Hammurabi, the protecting king am I. I have not withdrawn myself from the men, whom Bel gave to me, the rule over whom Marduk gave to me, I

  • Fourth Meeting of the Anti-Corruption Advisory Group

    May 26, 15 • 447 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    Opening Remarks by Mr. Jemal- ud-din Kassum, Vice President, East Asia and Pacific Region March 16, 2001 Bangkok, Thailand Ladies and Gentlemen, Colleagues, I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of you, and especially our Advisors to the Fourth meeting

  • Bribes and the Receiver of Bribes and Theperson

    May 26, 15 • 467 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    The malaise started immediately after Independence. The Supreme Court decided that the government cannot confiscate property without paying fair compensation. That appalled the socialist conscience of Jawaharlal Nehru who promptly got the Constitution itself

  • (The Frontline June 13, 1997)

    May 26, 15 • 509 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    When Vigilance Awareness comes Can the end of Corruption be far behind. FROM PLASSEY TO BUXAR East India Company was now determined to remain in Bengal even against the wishes of the Nawab and to trade there on its own terms. Its right to trade with the East


    May 26, 15 • 472 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    OUR JUDICIAL SYSTEM   Soli Sorabji the respected and admired legal luminary of our country made some caustic comments about the prevailing chaos in the judicial system of the country while delivering his inaugural address on June 29,1998 at a workshop on

  • Men are more often bribed by their loyalties & ambitions than money.

    May 26, 15 • 538 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    Men are more often bribed by their loyalties & ambitions than money.” The strongest affirmation of his resolve to cleanse the Congress Party came from his famous speech at the Congress Centenary Celebrations at Bombay on 28 December 1985, where, in a

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