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Reflection Paper 1 UNIT 7: REFLECTION PAPER Reflection Paper Katrina Manning Kaplan University
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Reflection Paper 2 Defense of the Innocent The argument for the defense of the innocent can be many situations such as protection of your family, protecting your life and protecting the life or lives of innocent people being threatened. Taking a life in defense for any of these situations can give just cause for your actions because of the Value of Life everyone carries within themselves. When a mother or father feels the life of his or her child is
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Unformatted text preview: being threatened it is their “god given” right to protect them at all cost. It is natural in all ethically driven human who have become a parent. (Krasemann) An argument for this therory explained in the text is “that violence tends to breed more violence” (Krasemann) This theory in a way is true because you are using violence to protect yourself from violence, still leads to taking a human life. Reflection Paper 3 References Krasemann K.W, Thiroux J.P Chapter 9 p. 186, Ethics Theory and Practice...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2011 for the course CM 105 taught by Professor Klipsch during the Spring '09 term at Kaplan University.

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