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    Personal Philosophy: Moral Obligation (A Powerpoint Presentation Guide)

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    The solution is is a guide in creating a powerpoint presentation on personal philosophy & moral obligation described below:

    The topic for this project is Moral Obligation.

    I need a PowerPoint® presentation that describes a personal viewpoint, as well as 3-4 related principle issues, concerning one of the topics in philosophy listed below:

    Final Project Topic

    - What is moral obligation? What is the extent of our moral obligation to other people and other living things?

    Complete the following requirements in your presentation:

    - Cover a topic mentioned above, as well as 3-4 principle issues within your topic.
    - Develop your personal philosophy concerning the topic you choose.
    - Cite at least three philosophers mentioned in Philosophy: The Power of Ideas according to APA style guidelines.
    - Include speaker's notes that add to the presentation and, therefore, are not a replica of the PowerPoint slides.
    - Using text and graphics, create 11-14 PowerPoint slides to illustrate your philosophy. The presentation should include the following:

    - 1 slide introduction that presents your topic
    - 3-4 slides that describe 3-4 principle issues within your topic
    - 3-4 slides that present your views concerning the 3-4 principle issues
    - 3-4 slides that present historical philosophers' views as support to your theory
    - 1 slide conclusion


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    Dear Student,
    After much work, I have created a presentation based on the information you have provided me. I also included speaker's notes which you should see under each slide. For the most part I think it covers a ...