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Basic Ethical Principles of the Western World - 218129

There are many diverse and competing world views; the focus of this presentation finds its foundation in classical Western ethical thought as expressed in the writings of Aristotle and Plato. The purpose of the presentation is to attempt to clarify some of the fundamental underpinnings of making moral decisions and acting upon same in a consistent manner. Ethical behavior is no accident - it is the direct result of a number of factors working together, namely the intellect and the human will, which guides one to a particular conclusion, which is thereafter expressed in actions performed or avoided.

Presenter: John Micciche, CLTP (SVP, Regional Manager, WFG National Title Insurance Company)
John P. Micciche, CLTP is a veteran of the title industry for more than 30 years, with experience ranging from abstracting, residential and commercial examination/underwriting and closings, to managing agency operations for several major underwriters. John has served in an auditing capacity, as well as provided guidance in state and RESPA compliance issues, facilitating the formation of corporate entities, including Affiliated Business Arrangements. John holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy (Magna Cum Laude) from St. Hyacinth College and Seminary, and has received the designation, Certified Land Title Professional from the Maryland Land Title Association. 

Note: This presentation was created from a live-recorded education session offered by VLTA. As such, the audio is inconsistent in volume. Headphones are recommended for the best listening experience.