Unformatted text preview: I view Paul Wilkins’ argument to be perfectly rational due to his flexibility on the subject and his understanding of both sides of the argument. Wilkins provides a well-balanced solution, which is that it should depend on the situation . Keeping an open mind, like Wilkins, is crucial when living in a society, such as our own, where change and modernism is perpetual. If we allow stubbornness, or narrow mindedness, to completely guide our moral perception about a controversial issue, such as this one, than we are simply being negligent of the uncontrollable and spontaneous circumstances, which the world often brings....
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- Spring '11
- Ethics , Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, Second Vatican Council, Paul Wilkins