I'm writing an essay on kant vs mill with the question asking on how they would respond the the quote "is it better to be good or to do good?" I was thinking that Kant is to do and mill is to be. I want to know if you could give me your opinion and help be build a thesis. I'm thinking once i get that i can back it up with
Please see if those questions are clear and easy to understand and try to answer them let me know if they are good enough for university students first year. --- 1. T or F One of Marx's main contributions to the history of ideas is his theory that the economic substructure is capable of creating cultural concepts inherent i
How do you write a personal values statement ? I have no idea? Say my values are family, friendship and religion how do i go about explainig that?
1. Distinguish between the four class of euthanasia 2. Should active euthanasia be permitted to spare the patient and family of their suffering when death is inevitable? How about when the patient is a minor should the parent be given this permission without patient consent?
I outline and explain the philosophical problems relating to punishment, and the main normative approaches toward providing a justification for this social and legal practice.
I present a detailed critical evaluation of Kant's ethical theory, most particulary, the Categorical Imperative.
Could you please help me with these questions? 1. What do you consider to be the main problem (s) associated with physician assisted suicide? How does the Hippocratic Oath fit in? 2. How does the 14th Amendment relate to suicide? 3. Is there a right to die? Explain and defend.
In discussing ethical issues and dilemmas can you explain to me what kinds of ethical dilemmas are unique to the Vaccine Manufacturers or biologics industry? What might be the best way to prepare employees to deal with those dilemmas?
1. Empiricism holds: a) Knowledge is gradual awareness of concepts inherent in the mind. b) Innate ideas exist. c) Beliefs are verified by checking them against sense experience. d) None of the above. 2. Rationalist theories of knowledge generally claim: a) There are no innate ideas. b) The mind is a blank slate waiting
Discern the basic steps and processes involved in effective decision making using the synergistic decision making strategy. Be specific and concise. Thank you.
I need some assistance understanding what a large corporations code of ethics is and how it works. Can you help me understand by randomly choosing any large company that has a published code of ethics as I need to develop a system of inquiry to be used in evaluating decision-making, problem solving, and behavior in a business se
I present and explain Kant's second argument for the Categorical Imperative, the "argument from Rational Action".
Can you please give me a real life work place example for the question below so I can better understand workplace behaviors that are deemed ethical or unethical. Have you ever been in a situation, especially a work situation, where the norms supported a particular behavior, ethical or unethical, where you felt pressured to go
Find the 5 moral issues: Jessie Kristen finally hangs her diploma. It took her four years of college, three years of law school and 6 months of preparation to pass her bar exam. Now she finally has her dream job. She is an assistant public defender. Her friends make fun of her for not going with a high paying firm, but sh
How do codes, obligations or oaths relate to the legal system? For example, does an oath carry legal penalties if violated? Give examples.
I provide an introduction and overview to Kantian Ethics; I outline and discuss Kant's first argument for the Categorical Imperative via the concept of the Good Will.
I present a defence of Utilitarianism against the objection that it is too demanding to be a satisfactory moral theory.
A critical assessment of consequentialism and its role in Utilitarian moral theory
I explicate Classical Utilitarianism in terms of it's central components: hedonism, consequentialism, and impartiality
A brief overview of Classical Utilitarianism and its central ideas
I need a brief description of this issue: "Epicurus vs. Stoic Moral Theories."
Distinctions between the rule and act categories of utilitarianism and Deontology. Why do some people evaluate the morality of an action on the basis of the action itself whereas others evaluate it in terms of its conformity to particular moral principles or rules of conduct?
Compare and contrast the two moral philosophies, Ethical Relativism and Ethical Egoism. Include the bases each philosophy type uses to evaluate the morality of a particular activity.
1. Explain how the idea expressed in the quote relates to the subject area from which it is comes. 2. Give present-day examples and/or examples from your own experience to illustrate and justify the point of view. (1-1 1/2 pages) Quote: The strong get away with what they can, while the weak suffer what they must (The Sophi
Question: Is morality just a "matter of opinion", depending on the culture in which one is raised? But the Cultural Relativist has an argument that there is no universal standard of morality, I would like to understand this with reference to Rachel's analysis of the problem.
Instead of me worrying about how I should determine if my actions are 'right', should I be concerned only with how to be a good person? What kind of arguments would Rachels and Aristotle have?
PHILOSOPHY OF THE RELIGION IF A CONCEPT OF GOD COMBINES THE PERFECT KINDNESS, UNLIMITED POWER, INFINITE KNOWLEDGE, THEN OUR EXPERIENCE OF TERRORISM, ARMED FORCES CONFLICT, GENOCIDE, EARTHQUAKE AND, HUNGER CONTITUTE A GOOD REASON NOT TO BELIEVE IN GOD. ANALYZE AND DISCUSS THIS SITUATION
Exactly what is a 'relativism argument'? Are there any consequences of relativism? and is there a right or wrong to it? I have tried to analyze and summarize the article, I need to know if I am understanding it correctly and if there are areas I should elaborate on. The piece I read talked abut how different cultures have
James Rachels argues in "The Divine Command Theory" (the TA needs to know this argument to help me) that it cannot be accepted, even by religious believers, because it leads to serious doubts about the perfecton of God. I need a TA to help me analyze his arguments concerning whether "morality" requires a religious base. I
In your opinion - Which are the most important Philosophers to cite when viewing the justifications and implications for stating that all ethical statements are relative?