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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/14/11 IT 228 Divine Command , Natural Law, and Ethical Egoism Moral Theories
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9/14/11 In the news: NEW GAME!! http://www.closerangegame.com/
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9/14/11 Game Ethics in the News http:// www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/0
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9/14/11 Issues related to cases in the The case of Amanda Panzini. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/12/20/m
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9/14/11 When Does Death start
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9/14/11 Published: December 16, Morning of June 21, 2008: a Ford F-150 pickup truck slammed into Amanda and threw her into the street. When the paramedics arrived, Amanda wasn’t breathing. They inserted a tube into her windpipe and rushed her to Elliot Hospital nearby. Beaulieu received an emergency call at the minimart; the paramedics had identified Amanda by the name engraved on her iPod.
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9/14/11 She was seriously injured The girl’s cerebral cortex — the part of the brain where desires, fears and hopes are created — was irreversibly damaged. Few of these patients ever left the hospital; those who did were in vegetative or otherwise neurologically devastated states
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9/14/11 They wanted to donate her Her mother decided to take her off the ventilator and asked to donate her daughter’s organs. But there was an obstacle. Amanda was not brain- dead. They used a procedure to get around the strict legal definition. A procedure was called donation after cardiac death, or D.C.D., was used exploit the other way the law
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9/14/11 How it worked Amanda was taken, technically alive, to an operating room, where her breathing tube was removed. Her breathing ceased naturally and her heart stopped quickly (within an hour), she was moved to an adjacent operating room and the doctor counted off precisely five minutes, during which time Amanda was prepped for surgery with antiseptics
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/14/11 IT 228 Divine Command , Natural Law, and Ethical Egoism Moral Theories
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9/14/11 In the news: DADT A federal judge in California 9/9/10 struck down as unconstitutional the military's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy, the controversial 17-year-old ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the military. It's a win for gay rights advocates, but it puts the Obama administration on the spot on its commitment to ending the policy.
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9/14/11 DADT US District Judge Virginia Phillips said the policy violates service members' Fifth Amendment rights to due process and First Amendment rights to free speech. The policy, she wrote, has a "direct and deleterious effect" on the military, and the government failed to show that the rule "significantly furthers the government's interest in military
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9/14/11 Don’t ask don’t tell DADT Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will bring a vote of the 2011 defense authorization bill to the floor today. The bill has a repeal amendment for DADT.
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9/14/11 Will the Senate filibuster? The support of the Maine
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