Personal Ethics - Natalie Cook Hribar Ethics XII 2007...

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Natalie Cook                      Ms.  Hribar Ethics XII      17 December  2007 Personal Ethical Theory Paper As a child, I always made decisions based on what I thought would be morally pleasing  to my parents, being my mother and God. However, as I have grown and matured, starting in  seventh grade and being refined now, in my senior year of high school, I have seen myself  undergo an ethic revolution. Ethical thinkers such as Heinz and musician, Marvin Gaye, have  sharpened some of my own personal ethics and have even moved me to transform some of the  ones I had before. I think that the most significant lesson I have learned from Heinz’s Dilemma  is that sometimes injustices throne over laws, in that in accordance with Kant, another ethical  thinker who has impacted my thinking, humans should never be used as a means. Care for the human life is at the core of my personal ethical thinking. In thinking of 
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2008 for the course ETHICS ETHICS taught by Professor Hribar during the Fall '07 term at Marymount.

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