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Tuesday, Week 6 Tuesday, Week 6
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Class Breakdown 1. 1. Introduction Introduction 2. 2. Hampton’s Consent Theory Hampton’s Consent Theory 3. 3. Utilitarianism Utilitarianism
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No Reading for Thurs! Paper Due Friday (Feb 19 th ) by 6pm Revising the reading schedule a tad So we can catch up I will email out (and post on D2L) the revised schedule
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Talk Tomorrow 4:30-6:30pm Armstrong Hall, Room #319 Speaker: John Humphrey, PhD Professor of Philosophy, MSU Three points of extra credit if you… Attend Write up a 500 word minimum “reflection”
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Getting to Know You Getting to Know You Who is one person you admire Who is one person you admire (or one person you wouldn’t mind  (or one person you wouldn’t mind  falling off the face of the earth) falling off the face of the earth)
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When is Consent Enough? “The Lottery”
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Lottery Questions 1. Do you feel that Tessie’s “consent” was enough to justify her fate? 2. Tessie claims her fate isn’t fair, it isn’t right. Do you feel that the villagers did anything “unfair”, as Tessie says, or unjust or wrong? (assume that Tessie, though present in previous years, never actively participated)
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The Draft Lottery of 1969 The Draft Lottery of 1969 On December 1, 1969, the Selective Service System of the United States held a lottery to determine the order of draft (induction) into the U.S. Army for the Vietnam War.
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Imagine a future United States’ President starts an obviously unjust war, and institutes the military draft. You get pulled out of college, and are sent to go to a foreign country, and put yourself in harm’s way (with a good chance of dying, getting injured, or suffering mental difficulties). Have you consented to going to war? Is
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