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Katrina M. Childress Dr. Carl Sachs Philosophy 115-2B 23 August 2011 1 st Response Inner personal conflicts are continuously stirring in the subconscious of the human mind. These personal conflicts are a direct result of the sense of morals that are developed throughout the lifespan. Generally, the types of morals that relatable people experience can be very similar. However, a person’s morals and reasoning on certain issues can vary, whatever the reason may be. There are numerous ethical issues arising every day due to the incompatible morals that each individual, culture, race, country, or religion may experience. The single most important ethical issue that our society faces today deals with our view of life and how it should be handled- or if it should even be handled by mankind at all. Over the past ten years, stem-cell research has become an extremely debatable and controversial topic. Numerous debates have erupted over stem cell research in nearly every part of the world. Some scientists have proven that stem cell research may possibly have the power to
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