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Running head: MORAL ETHICS
The Parable of the Sadhu Case Study
McCoy's decision was right at that time. This is because he was not appropriately
prepared for the situation. It can be considered unethical to some extent since the team did not
take full responsibility for Sadhu until he was alive. However, such a decision would put
McCoy’s life at risk. Additionally, he provided help to Sadhu, best to his capacity at that time.
Therefore, it is appropriate to assert that our responsibilities vary since mortality comes first,
depending on the situation.
McCoy did what he could best while acting in a group. However, individual opinion or
decision varies among the group members. In this situation, no one assumed the full
responsibility of Sadhu. Some provided food, while others provided clothes. McCoy’s decision
was appropriate since leaving from climbing would go against his favor. McCoy had made a
rational decision by considering the results. At this time, their life was at stake. Therefore, falling
for any kind of emotions would result in an unfavorable situation for him and the team.
McCoy would still have considered the results of his actions. Despite the person
involved, the situation did not allow him to offer help since his life would be in danger.
Therefore, the consequences of his decision would be the same, even if it was a child or a
a) Any action or decisions made are mainly based on the situation. Therefore, standing at
15-20,000 feet above sea level highly influences your action or decision made.
b) From the case study, it is evident that when there is a situation, the responsibility would
be shared among all group members. For example, some provided food, while others
provide clothes to keep Sadhu warm. Therefore, individual level of responsibility in a
group is shared to a greater extent.
c) There is a need for stakeholders ...