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    1.) Do you think that it is difficult to make ethical decisions? Why or why not?

    2.) Which step in the ethical decision-making process is the most important? Why? Which step in the ethical decision-making process is the most difficult? Why?

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    1.) Yes, I do think that it is difficult to make ethical decisions because each decision is often so contextual. In short, nothing is ever 100% black and white in terms of ethics for me. If I hold a strong moral opinion against abortion, for example, but then I read about a case where a twelve-year-old is raped by her father and also faces death due to a physical condition ...

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