Philosophy SRP 3

Philosophy SRP 3 - Linda Martinez Philosophy 106 SRP 3...

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Linda Martinez Philosophy 106 SRP 3 Singer who wrote about famine and Garvey who wrote about climate change have similar views on what individuals should do for their society. Singer and Garvey make demands that are beyond the ordinary man. This means that their objective is the only base for future problems. Garvey believes that the little things, such as taking hot showers, will have an impact on the climate in a wrong way. The little effects are the only effects we have. These small effects we do will add to other people’s small effects and they will equal out to large effects. These large effects do not only affect the people, who are causing them, but the surrounding people in other states and other countries. An inaction excuse people use is that they say, at least I am doing something, such as recycling, but the reality is that they are doing little to nothing to change the climate. By changing your way of life drastically, such as not burning fossil fuels, biking everywhere you go, using sufficient appliances, and other ways will actually have an impact on
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This note was uploaded on 10/19/2011 for the course PHIL 106 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at UNL.

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