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1 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics Lesson # 3 Constitutional Paradigm? Exercise of military force are found in four sources; what are they?

2 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics 1. Presidential Constraints: What does this mean? Give me and example in our history when this happened.

3 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics 2. Congressional Constraints Power of the Purse Power to make regulations

4 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics 3. Judicial Constraints What does this mean? Give an example.

5 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics 4. The Supreme Law of the Land Constitution Conventional International law Customary international law

6 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics How do you apply the Constitutional Paradigm? First Principle What are the loyalties with chain of command and do you agree with it?

7 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics How do you apply the Constitutional Paradigm? Second Principle What conflicts and why?

8 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics How do you apply the Constitutional Paradigm? Third Principle What does this imply and what action(s) need to be taken?

9 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics How do you apply the Constitutional Paradigm? Fourth Principle Under what circumstances would one consider this principle and what are the steps?

10 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics How do you apply the Constitutional Paradigm? Fourth Principle What are the four Prerequisites? Explain each one of the prerequisites with an example.

11 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics Are Military Professionals Bound by a Higher Moral Standard? J. Carl Ficarrotta Many people - inside and outside the military - believe that morality has special relevance to the profession of arms.

12 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics In the United State, the military is charged with the responsibility of protecting the Constitution, and this might entail that military personnel should be held to higher moral standards than civilians.

13 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics Perhaps, society at large looks to the military to provide - moral role models - individuals who exemplify the very best of human dispositions

14 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics Warriors face situations that are morally unique, and particular virtues like: Honesty, resoluteness, courage & selflessness Are these necessary to be a good warrior?

15 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics Do military personnel have an acute conflict between their conscience and superior orders? Can you disobey a legal order from your superior? Are there appropriate and inappropriate procedures for disobedience within the military context?

16 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics Do members of the military have unique or particularly strict moral obligations that other members of society do not? If so, what are they?

17 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics To what degree can an officer diverge from moral standards in her or his personal life without compromising her or his military integrity? Not at all? Somewhat? Quite a bit?

18 Leadership and Ethics Constitutional Ethics Reading assignment: Ethics for Military Leaders Topic 3: Utilitarianism Reading 1: from An Introduction to the Principles of Moral and Legislation (1789 by Jentham Reading 2: from Utilitarisanism (1861) by John Stuart Mill Reading 3: An Overview of Utilitarianism by Ronald Munson Reading 4: The One Who Walk Away from Omelas by Ursula Le Guin


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