Public Speaking

This type of responsibility involves being aware of the consequences of what you speak about and how you say it.
A. Thinking responsibility
B. Criticizing responsibility
C. Ethical responsibility
D. Evaluating responsibly

This is what I logically know:

♦Thinking responsibly: is when your thoughts are focused on what is logically sound and you are thinking about a decision(or such) before you carry it out. Think before you speak, act, do.

♦Criticizing responsibility: well "criticize" has a negative meaning. It means to judge, put down with your words and actions. You are responsible for the things you say when you criticize someone(thing)

♦Ethical responsibility: well "ethics" are your morals and beliefs. This is your personal reasoning, beliefs and even practices as an individual.

♦Evaluating responsibility: well to "evaluate" is to look over, investigate, look at the overall picture, paying attention to all the details.

However, even though I know all this, I can not make a definite decision...may I have some guidance? Thank you!

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  1. I am pretty sure it is the first one: thinking responsibly

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  2. I agree.

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    Ms. Sue
  3. Will what you say help or harm others, or prompt your audience to help or harm others (or have no impact at all)? What are the potential consequences? Is it ethical to urge the audience to go out and lynch people of a different skin color or religion, etc.? What if people actually go out and do what you urged them to do, however subtly?

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  4. Actually, this is a philosophical question. I can argue in favor of A, C, and D. What's important is that you can defend your point of view. Which one your text has decided on, or the people who wrote the question, I have no way of knowing. You and Ms. Sue may well have the "correct" answer.

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  5. Ms. Sue and I were right, however I can understand being in favor of the other choices, that is the whole reason why I was having trouble to begin with. Thank you both :)

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  6. It is actually ethic responsibility, that is the final and true answer.

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  7. That's why I suggested you think about the ethics involved in public speaking. Yes. That was my choice, too.

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