PHI 105 Final Project - Final Project Overview When one...

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Final Project Overview When one selects a particular professional life, does that also give one a certain set of moral obligations? Be specific to your potential career field in considering three to four issues and three to four personal views. Complete the following requirements in your presentation: Cover a topic mentioned above, as well as three to four principle issues within your topic. Develop your personal philosophy concerning the topic you chose. Cite, according to APA style guidelines, at least three philosophers mentioned in Philosophy: The Power of Ideas . Include speaker’s notes that add to the presentation and, therefore, are not a replica of the PowerPoint ® slides. Using text and graphics, create 11-14 PowerPoint ® slides to illustrate your philosophy. The presentation should include the following: o One introduction slide that presents your topic o Three to four slides that describe three to four principle issues within your topic o Three to four slides that present your views concerning these principle issues o Three to four slides that present historical philosophers’ views as support for your theory o One conclusion slide Information I wrote for assignments for my Final Project Topic When one selects a particular professional life, does that also give one a certain set of moral obligations? Yes, when selecting a particular professional life, for instance a medical physician, the individual should be required to follow a certain set of moral obligation. Once a person completes his or her educational and training duties qualifying him are her to be licensed and work as a medical doctor, first he or she must take an oath to uphold a certain code of ethics. Philosophers typically characterize morality in terms of absolute
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course PHI 105 105 taught by Professor Larrywaggle during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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PHI 105 Final Project - Final Project Overview When one...

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