phil hw8 - Dr. Hornsby PHIL 206.001 16 October 2009 Proper...

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Dr. Hornsby PHIL 206.001 16 October 2009 Proper morality from each of the Zygmanik brothers’ actions was entirely nonexistent in this case. George does not do the right thing in this situation. Even though he was in this terrible accident, which paralyzed him completely, every person on Earth is supposed to make the most out of what they have. Everyone has heard the saying, “if life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” George was morally wrong in deciding that he wanted to die because a barrier came up in his life, and he just gave up on himself with a plethora of negativity. His earnest plead to die is ethically wrong because God did not want him to go at this moment in his life. The fact that he was still alive after the motorcycle incident proves that there was still a plan for him in society. God presented him with a greater calling, but George wrongly decided to have his life ended before a greater goodness could take place by God’s will. Lester’s actions were on a whole higher level for what is morally unacceptable.
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course PHIL 260 taught by Professor Hornsby during the Fall '10 term at N.C. A&T.

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