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These two philosophieshavebeenpivotalinthe development of numerous theories emanating from these perspectives;leading to other theories aimed at their synthesis - all of which can give riseto moralities (so understood).

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The similarity between ultimate moralprinciples orKantiancategoricalimperatives (Kant, 1909); between the Confucian ruleofreciprocity - do unto others as they should do unto you; and the Jewish"golden rule"-'what is hateful to you do not do to yourneighbour,' areobvious andsignificant.

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Furthermore,codes should be specific; public(available to the whole constituency to determine the organization'scommitment to fair and ethical practice); clear and practical (realistic and tothe point about what happens to violators); revisable(leaving documentopentorevision); and auditable(regular social or moral audit).