Negotiations are critical in society There is a sense of moral inferiority in

Negotiations are critical in society there is a sense

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Negotiations are critical in society. There is a sense of moral inferiority in agriculture because farmers are taken lightly.Philosophers started helping in agricultural issues because they saw that certain val-ues were being attacked and they felt that they needed to help out with all the different policies.Basic structure of agricultural ethics is to remember that it is important to help keep thevalues of food and nutrition safe and make sure that there are certain laws that help keep them safe.Article #2: “Agricultural Ethics and Multifunctionality Are Unavoidable”Q & A1.What is meant by the multifunctionality of agriculture?Multifunctionality of agriculture is all the food products that are made for the customers. It also refers to the source of income that producers, such as farm-ers, are earning from what the grow. All the products and services that are re-ceived by the consumers are also part of this.2.Is multifunctionality a beast of burden? Explain your answer.Multifunctionality is a beast of burden. It is because they are considered to helpwith the products that farmers make. They are mainly used to help transport goods that are being sold.
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3.Do you see a conflict between ethics and science in informing decisions made in agriculture? Explain your position.Yes, I believe that there is a conflict between ethics and science in informing de-cisions made in agriculture. Science has shown to be able to create items that allow for products to grow faster, but at the same time can affect the food. This allows farmers to grow food at a much faster rate and make more profit. How-ever, ethically this is not the right thing to do because peoples health can be at risk. I think that farmers need to worry more about ethics and not the advan-tages that science brings.
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