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Physician Assisted Death

Would you help me to get started with the following discussion questions? Is physician assisted death (i.e. Oregon's Death with Dignity Act) morally different from various forms of euthanasia? If so, what makes it ethically different from the various forms of euthanasia? If not, what ethical ground does physician assisted d

Patient Autonomy

Are there times when working with an aging individual that other values ought to override patient autonomy? What are some potential difficulties with attempting to uphold the value of patient autonomy. Give an analysis of autonomy as it relates to other important ethical values when working with or handling the affairs of the a

Discuss the issue of teen sexuality. Argue the risk of adopting a stance of either ethical relativism or utilitarianism in regard to this issue. Also discuss how will, free will, and uninfluenced will would affect taking a stance on this chosen issue.

Choosing a critical issue from the 21st century and argue the risk of adopting a stance of either ethical relativism or utilitarianism in regard to this chosen issue. Also discuss how will, free will, and uninfluenced will would affect taking a stance on this chosen issue. The critical issue I have chosen to discuss is sexual

Basic Ideas in Moral Philosophy

1.Please determine which questions belong to theoretical ethics and which belong to applied ethics. 1.What is the good life? Is a hungry person justified in stealing food? Do animals have rights? Should mentally ill people face capital punishment for crimes they commit? Should doctors receive financial bonuses from ph

A discussion of how a Christian worldview fits with the gathering of statistics. What should a Christian do if he/she feels that statistics have been gathered in an unethical way? What guidance using principles from a Christian worldview perspective could be applied to understand and address these ethical issues?

A discussion of how a Christian worldview fits with the gathering of statistics. What should a Christian do if he/she feels that statistics have been gathered in an unethical way? What guidance using principles from a Christian worldview perspective could be applied to understand and address these ethical issues?

Ethical theories

Compare and contrast the major theories of ethics of any two of these philosophers: Plato, Aristotle, Kant, Bentham, Mill, and Rawls. Present their principal ethical ideas, define terms and give examples.

Utilitarian Ethics

What do you think utilitarian theory tells us about the morality of such questions as abortion, capital punishment, or euthenasia?

What is justice?

The basic assumption of 'justice is impartiality' 'justice as mutual agreement' encompassing very different concepts.

Ethics Theory and Practice

Truth in advertising is something we all want, but is seldom achieved. Describe what truth in advertising means and give an example of when you have been affected (in a moral sense) either negatively or positively by advertising.

Ethics Theory and Practice

Name and describe the five basic principles of a moral system. Pick one and describe why you think it is key?

Ethics Theory and Practice

Describe your thoughts relative to the ethical and moral ramifications of well intentioned government financial or other regulation. Are they always ethical or can they become unethical? Give examples.

Ethics in business and government today.

Go here for the study http://www.ethics.org/files/u5/The_2007_National_Business_Ethics_Survey.pdf In view of what you read in current publications relative to ethical practices in today's business and government environment, what factual evidence can you find to either support the study or refute the findings of the study?

Personal Ethics

Can someone help me answer the following questions: What are examples of numerous views of the truth for the same reality situation? Why should we understand the transition from the personal values to group values? What are examples of a system of inquiry used to evaluate ethical behavior for individuals or groups? Why doe

Ethics Theory and Practices

What is the framework that the Constitution of the United States establishes to ensure that all citizens are treated with the same ethical considerations? Does the interpretation of the meaning of the works in the framework change overtime?

What is a Meaningful Life? Controversial Rights?

Journal: Meaningful Life What do you think is the key feature of a good life? Do you think a good life should be measured on a daily basis, or at the end of your life? What difference would this make? Journal: Rights Choose one controversial right you think people have a right to. Explain why they have this right. * W

Thought Patterns: a question of gender?

Thought Patterns: a question of gender? Psychologists tell us that stress affects women and men differently because they do not think alike. Women tend to develop psychological problems such as depression, memory lapse, and headaches. Men, on the other hand, are more prone to develop high blood pressure, heart conditions, and

Safety in the Work Place

Safety standards in the meatpacking industry commands attention these days. Machines and assembly (or de-assembly I suppose) lines move faster and faster, posing ever greater risk to life, limb, or digit. With greater number of immigrant and undocumented workers laboring in the industry, concerns about safety loom larger. Let

Affirmative Action

Please assist in answering the following question in regard to the New Haven Firefighters Affirmative Action case. I am less interested in the legal aspects, focus for me on you view regarding normative ethics and your personal managerial thoughts on the matter From a managerial perspective: Did the city of New Haven act reaso

What does ethics mean to you?

Consider the following questions when writing your paper. The responses to these questions should find mention, not necessarily in this order, but somewhere in your reflection paper. ? What does ethics mean to you? ? What are some of the tools of critical thinking for ethics? Have you ever used these? How? ? Describe some d

Are human beings good, bad, or a combination of both?

Are human beings good, bad, or a combination of both? Give reasons for your answer. Do you feel that living morally is a natural and easy process, or a hard and arduous task? Answer the above questions in terms of the following: Present your opinion. Establish a position while referring to ideas and arguments from belief sys

Religion as source of Morality

"True religion-that is based on infallible and authentic divine revelation-is and should be the fundamental source of morality. WHY? this is the link of the book: http://www.archive.org/details/thequranicfounda02ansauoft

Code of ethics

What system of ethics is used for the American Nurses Association's Code of Ethics for Nurses?

Ethics Awareness Inventory

· Interpret your results and apply them to your personal and professional development. · Include a statement explaining how your educational experience has affected your ethical thinking. This analysis must address your use of ethics in thinking and decision-making and your potential for conflic