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Unformatted text preview: TOPIC: ISSUE31 - "Money spent on research is almost always a good investment, even when the results of that research are controversial." ~ * 1. +O h ~ I agree with the speaker's broad assertion that *** ***. However, the speaker unnecessarily extends this broad assertion to embrace *** ***, while ignoring certain compelling reasons why *** ***. My point of contention with the speaker involve*** ***, as discussed below. ***P h~ q o@ @ r @ @ <E O***~ a p ^ H * H *** ***~ * 2. h~ (1) I concede that the speaker is on the correct philosophical side of this issue. After all, *** ***(~ a p ^ H ﷺ* HF : After all~ * )OYetO *** ***O (2) The speaker's assertion is troubling in two other respects as well. First, *** ***. Secondly, *** ***. 3. O In sum, the speaker's assertion that ***. As for the speaker's broader assertion, I agree that *** ***. Nevertheless, *** ***. In the final analysis, ***. A TOPIC: ISSUE121 - "At various times in the geological past, many species have become extinct as a result of natural, rather than human, processes. Thus, there is no justification for society to make extraordinary efforts, especially at a great cost in money and jobs, to save endangered species." h ﷺ * h * Issue X * (6 ( ^H )~ d S E ) + @< ) *** *** (What are the limits of our duty to save endangered species from extinction?) The statement raises a variety of issue about *** ***. On balance, however, I fundamentally agree with the notion that *** ***. ***d *** H F : * pM M ^H R ^H (H F : * pM M ^H ? ^) H As I see it, there are ** (Three) fundamental arguments for imposing on *** ***. The first has to do ** (culpability). According to this argument *** ***. The second argument has to do with *** (capability). This argument *** ***. The third arguments is an appeal to ***. ` p^ H ***(X * )X ** *** ***X * ***X * *** ***X * ***O (H F : * p M M ^H ? ) ^H On the other hand are two compelling arguments against *** ***. The first is ***. The second argument, and the one that I find most compelling, is an appeal to ***. ~ ap^H ` * H ***(X )X * *** ` p ^ H `p ^H ***O (@ r @ @ <E + Je ^ H p < )E In sum, the issue of ***(O ) is a complex one, require subjective judgments about ***. Thus, there is no easy or certain answer. Yet it is for this very reason I agree that***. In the final analysis, ***. O ***(O ) ***R d ~ ^H S E ***(X * d ~ )X * ***( @ ...
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This note was uploaded on 05/28/2010 for the course ECONOMIC FM407 taught by Professor Kimcj during the Spring '04 term at 카이스트, 한국과학기술원.

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