HU245 Unit 2 Assignment
Ethical Theories Comparison Chart
What will bring
In order to be
In this weeks Discussion, you and your peers will discuss issues related to the end of
life. As technology advances, society faces new challenges as the ability to artificially
prolong life creates new ethical issues. You and your peers will discuss some
Affirmative action attempts to remedy the injustice of racial and sexual discrimination.
When asked to justify their position, supporters of affirmative action commonly appeal to
its effects on living individuals in society's long histo
What is ethics? Why is the study of ethics important to you?
The study of ethics is a very practical endeavor. By using critical thinking skills and
applying sound ethical reasoning, you will not only be better equipped to address ethical
issues but also
In this weeks Discussion, you will explore the major groups of ethical theories we call
consequentialist (teleological), nonconsequentialist (deontological), and virtue theories.
There are multiple theories in each category that you will be able to addres
In this weeks Discussion, you will explore how ethics applies to issues in medicine.
Bioethics is a distinct subject that takes medical and biological issues and analyzes
them using ethical reasoning and theory. The topics discussed in bioethics are varie
In this weeks Discussion, you and your peers will discuss justice. Justice is concerned
with the fair use of rewards and punishments. You and your peers will discuss some of
these issues and discuss which theory of justice is most logical and ethical.
In the Unit 6 Discussion, you will explore issues that relate to the death penalty. The
death penalty, which remains a highly controversial topic. Ethical issues that are
controversial tend to be so because they usually have several strong but opposing
In this weeks Discussion, you will explore the dynamics of employee loyalty and what
limitations exists in regards to rights and freedoms in the workplace. As you discuss the
question with your peers, keep in mind the concept of rights and where rights co
In this weeks Discussion, you and your fellow classmates will tackle the question of
animal rights. Students often find this topic challenging since it can call them to question
their own view of animals and how they should or should not be treated.
At a lumber mill workers were being injured when the band saw was knocked off the
pulleys by metal spikes driven into the trees. Local ecological activists had driven
these metal spikes into the trees to make the lumber company sto
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Stem Cell Research
HU 245 Ethics
STEM CELL RESEARCH
Stem Cell Research
The potential of stem cell research is astronomical. That a doctor of scientist can take a
stem cell and u
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Governor Douglas Ducey
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I am writing today in regards to the issue of Capital Punishment. As you k
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In the case study Allen Lopez becomes dissatisfied with his employment at ExtremeNet
after seven years of working for the company. When he first started to work for the
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The use of palm oil can be found in many different products. Due to the cost and the
high melting point it has become the oil to use in food products, candles,