The facts that are relevant to moral issue raised by the case:
1. The infant has Leighs disease and was on life support and doctors have declared that
continuing treatment is painful and without any benefit to the child or his f
Alina Ptak week 2
1.Analysis of Anns Actions:
Racism= Power + Prejudice
Yes, Ann did have power because- She was the admission director at a community college in Pleasantville.
No, Ann did not have power because-
She was new at the college and conc
After reading case 3, I think mothers should be allowed to give informed consent to treatment or no
treatment for her child. In this case an adolescent abused the drug dextromethorphan, in this specific
situation he is at risk of hurting himself. If this
1. What is according to Kant has intrinsic (inherent) value?
Property that something has if it is good/desirable in itself Independently of everything else
According to Kant the inherent worth/value of person derives from their nature as f
I think giving placebos in clinical trials is morally permissible to use on children.
Placebo should be used only for treatment when studying nonlethal condition or
condition where the best treatment is not found yet. In the case study Giving
Case Resolution Procedure
The Case Resolution Procedure is a tool that provides a logical and clear structure for
thinking through a bioethics case, no matter what principles and theories are at issue.
There is nothing magical about this structureit is si
After reading Case Study 1 from Chapter 6 in Vaughn (Giving Placebos to Children p236) submit a Case
Resolution for this case. Please review the document Case Resolution Procedure before submitting your
Case Resolution. For section 3 of your Case Resoluti
Study Guide for Quiz 3
1. Explain how the principle of autonomy supports informed consent.
Not only a legal but also a moral right based on ethical principles of autonomy, individual
respect, respect for self-determination, and the right of individuals to