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Unformatted text preview: I was very nervous and stressed while learning that I must complete my philosophy class at an earlier period than first scheduled. At the age of 34, I have my own philosophy that I use and am accustomed to, as well as most adults that have learned through the process of life. The topic that I choose for my final project was; When one selects a particular professional life, does that also give one a certain set of moral obligations? I thought through my experiences that this project would be cut and dry with the theories I have held before this course. I have always held my own standards of moral obligation, and all people should hold the moral obligations that I believe should be the standards. I have learned of many different philosophers views, and learned to start accepting more beliefs. One key ingredient that I have never thought of when it comes to moral obligation is that a persons use of reasoning and logic causes people to make the correct decisions. If a person does not use reasoning, then that person would in hence not be thinking of his or her actions; if a...
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- Spring '10