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Unformatted text preview: how Levin demonstrates that homosexuality is wrong, because of their unhappiness, based on the intended function of our bodies. Levin’s argument, although his premises do correctly lead to a conclusion stating why homosexuality is wrong, does not touch on the morality of homosexuality. The fact that homosexuality is seen as wrong based on the happiness that the homosexual faces does nothing to give a moral reason on why it is wrong. Just because the majority of the people are heterosexual, does not make it morally wrong for others to participate in homosexual behavior. Happiness or lack thereof, is not a moral issue and with Levin’s argument based on these facts there is no moral side to his argument. Although homosexuality is wrong it is not proven to be morally so by this argument, furthermore its premises are not true as studies have shown that homosexuals are not more or less happy then heterosexuals. Ryan Wisneski November 30, 2007...
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- Fall '08
- Homosexuality, Michael Levin, Ryan Wisneski