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Organizer Part I: Resource Companion Instructions : Read and listen to the Project Resources. Complete this section of the Organizer as you are exploring the Resources to help keep track of important concepts and apply them to the case of The Queen v. Dudley and Stephen s. Using your own words, respond to the following questions. 1. Michael Sandel identifies two types of moral reasoning. What are they? Briefly describe each.
2. Summarize the case of The Queen v. Dudley and Stephen s. What are the facts? What is the major ethical issue involved?
3. What is the “principle of utility” according to Mill? Explain what Mill means by “utilitarianism.” According to Sandel’s lecture, which type of moral reasoning, does Mill’s utilitarianism use?
4. Define the terms “categorical” and “imperative.” © Copyright 2018 College for America at Southern New Hampshire University. All rights reserved.
5. What is Kant’s “categorical imperative”? Explain what Kant means by the humanity and universal law versions of his categorical imperative. According to Sandel’s lecture which type of moral reasoning does Kant use?

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