• 1 Page egoism
    Egoism

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    Explain the relationship between Ethical and Psychological Egoism? Do you think it is possible to advocate psychological egoism but not ethical egoism? As it is important to know the relationship between Psychological Egoism from Ethical Egoism, it i

  • 3 Pages Death Penalty
    Death Penalty

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    We should not kill people because its benefits are so much lower than its costs. To receive a death sentence those involved must be very sure of the persons guilt. As a result costs dramatically go up when a death penalty is possible. Many states have spe

  • 1 Page Singer's argument (Economics)
    Singer's Argument (Economics)

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    Singers argument P1. Suffering and death from lack of food, shelter, and medical care are bad. P2. Such suffering results from poverty. P3. If it is in our power to prevent something bad from happening without sacrificing a comparable moral good, than we

  • 4 Pages Torture a necessary
    Torture A Necessary

    School: Saint Louis

    Chris Graflage Phil 205-21 Torture: A Necessary Act The purpose of this paper is to show that certain torture is necessary in certain situations. It can be effective in getting information out of terrorist when needed in a timely manner. I intend to show

  • 2 Pages St Pauls
    St Pauls

    School: Saint Louis

    Chris Graflage Phil 205-21 St. Pauls As the Headmaster of St. Pauls it is my job to make sure the core values this great school was founded on are upheld. At the same time, I also have to my sure all the stakeholders that help make this institution so gre

  • 1 Page Quiz (1)
    Quiz (1)

    School: Saint Louis

    a. weak analogy d. hasty generalization b. false cause e. appeal to unqualified authority c. slippery slope f. appeal to ignorance _ 1. On our first date, George had his hands all over me, and I found it nearly impossible to keep him in his place. A week

  • 2 Pages Position Paper on Torture(1)
    Position Paper On Torture(1)

    School: Saint Louis

    Position Paper on Torture -a position paper is a reasoned defense of an ethical position -this is an analysis of the issue of torture -it includes your support for your position -it includes your criticism of opposing views [support your views with ration

  • 6 Pages End of Life Paper
    End Of Life Paper

    School: Saint Louis

    Chris Graflage Phil 205-21 End of Life Paper To come to a decision as to the policy recommendation I want to make on the issue of early termination of life I must first consider a few things. I must decide what exactly constitutes a person? Also I must de

  • 1 Page End of Life Paper
    End Of Life Paper

    School: Saint Louis

    Imagine that you are a member of the hospital Ethics Committee. You are in a position to make policy recommendations on the issue of early termination of life. In order to make a strong case for your position on this topic, you develop a paper that addres

  • 2 Pages Arguments for Utilitarianism
    Arguments For Utilitarianism

    School: Saint Louis

    Arguments to Support Various part of Utilitarianism How do we know that something is a higher good? 1. There are people (called competent judges) who have experienced dif- ferent kinds of pleasure, and those people routinely prefer certain kinds of pleasu

  • 6 Pages ethics phil paper
    Ethics Phil Paper

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    Alejandro Alemann 4/18/10 Professor Steen The Conclusive Case Against Manipulative Advertising Michael J. Phillips presents an intriguing argument against manipulative advertising. However, he fails to reach a conclusive argument against manipulative adve

  • 12 Pages Final Study Guide
    Final Study Guide

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    Punishment: Pojman: Support of the death penalty Retributivist argument Those who work hard for worthy goals deserve reward, those who do not make the effort deserve nothing, and those who purposefully do evil deserve punishment The virtous deserve to flo

  • 3 Pages Ethics review
    Ethics Review

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    Ethics review Poverty Peter Singers view Know some kinds of positions, instead of authors unless it is a revolutionary author like Singer Our responsibility towards the poor is radical, give away all luxuries, jaw dropping kind of philosopher Defense of t

  • 2 Pages ethics midterm review
    Ethics Midterm Review

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    Format of Midterm 3 Sections 1. 2. 3. 4. multiple choice Short Answers- two three sentences Essay questions Bonus 1. Normative Ethics- bulk of the exam 2. Meta ethics 3. Critical Reasoning Divine Command Theory- might be a form of relativism RelativismRea

  • 1 Page Kant
    Kant

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    Ethics 2/18/10 A. Kants Humanity Principle -Things- artifacts or nature sans a mind vs. Persons- things that have some kind of mental predicates Persons have 1. Beliefs 2. Desires 3. Powers Propositional attitudes- propositions are statements that can be

  • 2 Pages gorigas
    Gorigas

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    GORGIAS (aristocratic not allegoric) There are one of three possible ways to receive happiness (1) God, (2) nature, and (3) pure luck. (1) is not true, (2) nature only gives us the capacity/potential to receive happiness, (3) is too simple When judgi

  • 1 Page test 2
    Test 2

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    ETHICS Question: In order for an action to be free and fit for praise or blame it must be based on choice. Both Aristotle and Hum claim that choice is the result of a union of desire and cognition, however, they claim that owns desires are determined

  • 3 Pages Missourians Against the Death Penalty
    Missourians Against The Death Penalty

    School: Saint Louis

    Course: Ethics

    October 6, 2010 DEATH PENALTY Missourians Against the Death Penalty TJ Parsons lives at Karen House Undergraduate degree at SLU Ended by Supreme Court in 1972 and allowed again in 1976 1227 executions since 1976 Missouri is in the top 5 executing states:

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