EIPB Exercise 3.2

EIPB Exercise 3.2 - Exercise 3.2 and 3.4 These 2 related...

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Exercise 3.2 and 3.4 These 2 related exercises from our study of Chapter 3 will allow you to compare and contrast the Utilitarian view and the Kantian/Respect view. PART 1 Exercise 3.2: page 47 A. Describe a moral problem you have faced. My older sister Ami, is a heavy drinker. She often places her friends of the needs of her own kids. She will drink and drive with or without her kids or other peoples' kids. She engages in sexual misconduct and it sometimes is in the presence of her kids as well. She talks worse than a sailor and allows others around her own kids do the same. She will often not take responsibility for her actions and they are blamed on someone else. Her kids ages 6, 9, and 12 have expressed to me concern that they have for her and how they feel like she spends more time drinking and partying with her friends than them. I have struggled with talking with my sister about this issue for years.
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This note was uploaded on 07/26/2011 for the course IDS 401 taught by Professor Tj during the Spring '11 term at Fort Hays.

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EIPB Exercise 3.2 - Exercise 3.2 and 3.4 These 2 related...

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