Bioethics 6 - 1 Mere Desires 2 Judging that something is...

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1. Mere Desires 2. Judging that something is good 3. Caring about somebody Payment for organs Arguments for Arguments against Libertarian Empirical Consequentialist Futile Decrease altruistic donation/ decrease donation overall Ethical Fairness/equality Coercion/exploitation Commedation "Commonfiction is Objectonable" Demeaning? Yes No Are there grounds for Moral Prohibition? Legal Prohibition? Equality Priority- for more disadvantaged 1. All humans deserve equal moral consideration. 2. If humans deserve equal moral cons., then sentience confers moral consideration. 3. Sentience confers moral consideration (from 1 & 2). 4. Non-human animals are sentient. C: Non-Human animals deserve equal moral consideration (from 3 & 4). Three options 1. Agree with singer 2. Deny all humans being equal In place of sentience: Rationality, self-awarness ( 1 is false), 3. Group-membership is important- try to show non-arbitrary being part of a group (species) why?
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