Unformatted text preview: decision-makers to have asked in their process of deciding what to do in the circumstances. In responding to these questions, provide the reasons (act-utilitarian, Kantian, etc.) you think would be put forward in support of the proposed answers. 2. Briefly offer your own ethical evaluation of the decision and the reasons on which you base your judgment. Note: In grading these papers, I consider a number of points, including: • Does the paper have a clear, logical structure? (Is it well-organized?) • Are the ideas, arguments, and facts clearly stated? • Does the discussion display (in sufficient detail) a firm grasp of the relevant concepts? • How well do the examples illustrate assertions or observations made in the paper? • In general, does the paper provide a thoughtful, well-informed analysis of the type prescribed for the assignment?...
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- Spring '07
- Ethics , Thought, normal margins Topic