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No Moral Duty
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is serious and can lead to the incurable disease
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). HIV destroys lymphocytes, which causes the
Lecture Notes for Week 1-Wednesday
(Assigned readings: Kurata; Berger; Trumbull; Crichton; Twitchell)
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Ethical Lenses: The Perceptions that Guide Moral Judgment
This weeks readings focus on the relationship between Theory and Practicean
unavoidable intersection that characterizes the study of ethics. There are many different
ways to think abou
Study Guide Test 3
A maxim, according to Kant, is a subjective principle of volition, or a subjective rule that guides
The general rule in accordance with which the agent intends to ac
Oral Exam 1 Study Guide
Surgical removal, or excision of the cartilage associated with a joint
Word Root: chondr (gristle, cartilage)
Suffix: -ectomy (surgical excision, removal)
George had a cho
Introduction to Ethics
The unexamined life is not worth
Q: What does he mean by that?
What is Ethics?
Ethics is the study of morality
BUT: what does that mean?
Ethics is the rational inquiry into
how to act and how to lead ones life
Ideas of Machiavelli
Aim/Goals: To what extent are the
ideas of Machiavelli alive today?
Do Now: Analyze this quote:
It is better to be feared than
In a few sentences what do you
think this means?
Homework: How did the writings
of Machiavelli reflec
About Niccolo Machiavelli
Full Name: Niccol di Bernardo dei Machiavelli
Birth: May 3, 1469 in Florence, Italy
Death: June 21, 1527 (aged 58)
About his life
Born as an aristocrat into a wealthy home
Well educated and grew up to be e