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Unformatted text preview: Pail. Nm 'AMJLUEK Bianca—2““ Midterm . (2 pts) Describe the difference between anthropocentrism and biocentrism. (30 words) rill/um? Oden—il’WWL —‘ LI/Jwte: f LCVLj‘ 'iS EUFFEWLQ QM (a. 61 P (”tr/‘efi I". {[1ch poems Far- fibwwk'r . _ a“; mghflecfiih ”aggraa—‘afuwr. 0r— humam leCén+fi§m -— EU: In 1:31. ha W; 114; vat/up; 62.1. Buiallrns m) . (1 pt) I want to start riding my bike to campus. Let’s assume the only risk involved is my getting hit by a car and that the probability of this happening 30.01%. What else do I need to know to have done a complete probabilistic risk assessment? (he: commivences 07C "IL‘LLE. risk or“ ficfitwflj Ad: . (1 pt) What is the main ethical argument against doing research using embryo stem cells? (one sentence) . (3 pts What are thre esponsibilities of a joumal editor? t . figure Er ran/16w - Peer await/sham 2 Jim/w 1%th aflm fa 3 Tina! I‘d/View . ' ‘ ISA/fl“ 0i lSJUIZJ J15 MUC’WOLVQL ((9-5 PKaifafrfm) . [1 pt) Use 0 material fiom the internet in writing essays can result in violation of copyright - laws or in M15 H’L, (one word); ‘ ' _ . p§.2 Name 'AwaEfi 9 6. (2 pts) What is the difference between somatic and germline engineering? (20 words) Samai‘tli-modi’gcaii'tfiv 01(— j'li-L garland-L 5F 65“! winci ctr-Q ha'i‘ theiuad hi Wrflciuc'lfi‘léih— Qapmiml — Msdnchftn- {Ci Fifi; scam I? OVUW'L mi Sperm SOC-LL Han/‘F " gamma. one ”HW— i‘yg’OTLE— if Mafcfléfl. 7. (1 pt) What term describes the ethical problem with changing germline cells' DNA? i-Imi‘ergfinwafiemaj risk 8. (1 pt) The ethical principieftheory most violated by privacy invasion, deception, and hacking with respect to internet ethics is a View om? . ' 9. (2 pts) What is the difference between a Vision statement and credo? Vl‘glti‘vl/ glib-es 6941: met, pofl'a‘f (fami'lwifl ) ‘ 5 Patio sinks-I MAL-41+ Coke. Ha. hairé‘pf 93C ‘HL underflgnefl. Mont/15L 9p; d—ngyeeg Feydrofitkg beMwore fink aiufi'e: 1L1) Jfikalaoflferf. 10. (1 pt) The concept which takes account of other cultures is Palatine ethics. 11. (2 pts) What is the Judeo-Christian approach to the environment? 9L: Maj Specter Lid don’tlmo‘n (9ch 03(4ch amp-3dr) plantar aer 1752. emulcenmani. 12. (2 pts) What is inadvertent doping? TQJfih/L Cc 0(ng FOP kcmi‘i’lx W43?“ bd+ fin-JP aim; is aggregated aim radii human/L ijr-owvnmaca eni‘mmcemani—I flag, was M thiewi the (norms); pancwmmae Leg. epkeim'w 9C5.» mam/i Conjggfim ton at“? a; 51763;) r33 uAME 'AMSMJEE ' 1. 13. (2 pts) An athlete who is using an anabolic steroid uses the ethical principle of autonomy to bolster his argument, saying that “Not allowing the drug’s use violates the autonomy of the individual athlete- heishe should be able to use any drug as they see fit. ” Explain the contradictory nature of his statement. fig, idionoMJ/ a“? Campeiil‘or‘: [g- wok-(15¢. 14. (2 pts)'A sports committee is considering the approval of a performance-enhancing drug for a future competition. The drug has been known to have deleterious side effects. What ethical concept (excluding autonomy) clearly points at this gesture as being a bad decision? Why? Noni/hml‘hcqsaneenm aPPmVQL e‘F a. drug, when. LJS‘e. 144.: 6L risk 1C ham/mug bt/l—Y " Eénf¥t+ amid wl'l'iu MINIMUM P¢Ifi_ 15. (1 pt) What stem cell therapy poses absolutely no ethical dilemmas? CLU‘l‘ologws rte/m Call +PQh9plmh’l—RJLIG‘VL fl-d‘Ul'l' :S'l’BM cell ‘l‘lxflr'kio3 16. (1 pt) (Taken from the Daily Cal ads section) Egg Donor for Japanese couple: Asian woman, 21-3 0, high qualigz'edacation. Prefer 5 ’3 ” or taller, 1 500+ SAT or 150+ IQ. $20,000for selected candidate. Contact Mrs. XX at What term can be used to describe the possible ethical violation of this advertisement? Undies Md ucement l7. (3 pts) List 3 benefits and 3 risks involved with genetic modification of plants. Benefit: E iékr 5%Cr’ malaria-emf Value. bPo‘l‘En‘l’ M Peiwc‘l'tml and Redud‘ml eanccoL flip Felticlder A? Agafii‘l‘YH-L 3 increase. 4:0 5Q Jo t O'lc l l. a - 9 PP/ MW Lofkfitafl-L AW mm}? M ro #Eewm Wan” maa gr FQH 18. (4 pts) Consider the following dilemma: Mr. and Mrs. X have tried many times to have a child without success. They hire surrogate Ms. Y to carry their in vitro fertilized embryo. However, instead of fertilizing one of Mrs. X’s eggs with Mr. X’s sperm, they decide to take the nucleus from one of Mr. X’s skin cells, insert it into a four stage blastocyst derived from Mrs. X’s egg, and implant it into Ms. Y’s uterus. Thus, they will be effectively cloning Mr. X. During the pregnancy, Mr. X and Mrs. X get divorced. After the child is born, each person wants sole custody of the child. Mr. X claims the child should be his because it was 100% his DNA. Mrs. X claims the child should be hers because her egg was used. Ms. Y claims the child should be hers because it was her body‘that nourished the developing embryo. The US Attorney General’s office steps in and say that none of the three should be given custody of the child because the act of cloning is morally wrong. You are an arbitrator settling the matter. Allocate custody of the child as you see fit. (100 words or less) Over calm?“ r! Wane“ TK‘ NflTE: 45k (or cry/Vlée is hrf‘ reZwr-tp/ -/o)r 474,3 9:14:ng 50% ;/ tail! lain #avquurcl ...
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