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An Ethical Dilemma in the Work Place
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A 9 page paper which presents an ethical and moral dilemma within the work place. The paper presents an illustration of the dilemma, an identification and analysis of the dilemma and its components, and recommendations for solving the dilemma. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Animal Rights & Testing
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A 4 page paper providing an overview of ethical issues concerning animal rights & testing. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Aristotle and Nicomachean Ethics
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A 4 page paper that considers the arguments of Book II Chapter 4 of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. In this section, Aristotle provides an argument to the dilemma that "man must first be good to create good acts." The writer provides an argument in support of the premises argued by Aristotle. No additional sources cited.
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Aspects of Morality in Vice and Virtue in Everyday Life
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An eight page paper which considers some of the topics of ethics and morality in Sommers’ and Sommers’ Vice and Virtue in Everyday Life, taking into account the philosophies of Kant, Nietzsche, Rand and Royce, and looking specifically at the conflict between altruism and ethical egoism in terms of the individual’s role within the community. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Betty Rollin/ "Last Wish"
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A 5 page summation and analysis of Betty Rollin's book "Last Wish." This book offers a narrative that relates the evolution of her mother's illness, from the diagnosis of cancer through to her assisted suicide. Rollin makes an eloquent argument to support the actions of herself and her family in supporting her mother actions. No additional sources cited.
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Bill Clinton: Motivation And Emotion Of His Behavior
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4 pages in length. The writer discusses the emotion and motivation of Bill Clinton's behavior by referring to Robert Franken's book "Human Motivation." Franken implies that human behavior can not be cast off so simply when what motivates people like Clinton is buried deep within the psyche. No additional sources cited.
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Charles Taylor & The Ethics Of Authenticity
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An 8 page paper that provides an overview of Taylor's work. This paper supports Taylor's reflections of the process of the individual within society, especially as he reflects on the issues for an individual within our technologically and bureacratically advanced society. No additional sources cited.
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Charles Taylor's "The Ethics Of Authenticity": Modernity
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7 pages in length. Charles Taylor condones the notion of progress – it is just the residual effect that modernity creates that has him rather perturbed. In his book entitled "The Ethics Of Authenticity," Taylor weighs the quest of modernity to the fundamental aspects of being humane by questioning the very actions by which people have come to live their lives. The writer discusses how Taylor employs three malaises that effectively pose his concerns of a society gone awry from the influence of modernity: the comprehensive and far-reaching loss of meaning, the postulation that values have taken a back seat to personal conquest and the doubtful existence of a healthy self-government due to the presence of special-interest politics, with particular attention focuses on the first two. No additional sources cited.
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