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Unformatted text preview: Derek Folts The Good Life Prof. Nuttal December 3, 2007 Ethic of reciprocity and World Hunger World hunger is one of the most depressing things I can think of off of the top of my head. It is a plague that is nearly unstoppable and it ravages the countries it affects. I feel as if our country should do something about this major problem but we need to o about it the right way. I think as of right now we aren’t. The ethic of reciprocity is my moral theory that I live by. As of right now I have no problem with my theory and all of the outcomes from testing have been morally right to me. When looking at world hunger and the ethic of reciprocity, I think once again the outcome will be one I feel is right. To test my theory I would have to put myself into someone’s position that is experiencing world hunger. So let’s say that I live in Africa in a much ravaged country. We have had our ups and downs and right now we are in some of the hardest times. I feel as if I would defiantly want some food support from right now we are in some of the hardest times....
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- Fall '08
- Ethics , Malnutrition, Derek Folts