Reading Question 3.1
1. Polus envies the wretches which are the people who do bad things either justly or unjustly.
Because killers or wretches can do whatever they want without consequences.
2. They are playing would you rather suffering injustice or com
Module Reflection Journal 4
Last week, we learned about one of the theory of prudence morality, it is called Virtue
ethics, which claims that happiness comes from having a good character. And this week, we
start to learn another theory, which is called co
Reading Question 4.1
1. Because he thinks people are equally vulnerable to be killed. It is right.
2. Because the state of war does not only mean fighting, but we are constantly suspicious of
each other since we are all equally vulnerable to be killed.
Reading Question 5.2
1. The first nature state of people is being perfectly freedom, which can order our lives or
actions however we like it. Another nature state of people is the state of equality, which
we are naturally equal to each other.
2. He thinks
Module Reflection Journal 3
This week, our learning continued to Virtue ethics, which believes that the goal
of making moral judgments is to promote or preserve peoples own well-being. Virtue
ethics is a very interesting approach and I think its viewpoint
Module Reflection Journal 2
This week, we dig into Kants moral theory as deontology. Deontology is another
theory of justice, it believes that the purpose of moral judgements is to promote the
well-being of others. The major differences between deontology
Reading Question 1
1. Because the actions were done by getting self-satisfaction, not from duty. The
shopkeeper gains benefits from the action, if the action was not made, its because
the action will hurt the companys reputation and thus affect the shopke
Module Reflection Journal 1
This week our main topic is about utilitarianism. Frist, I thought since this class is
about business ethics, it will be more talking about things on business. But the content
of utilitarianism is the first time I learn or I he
Reflection Essay: Gender, Sexuality, and Embodiment
February 7, 2016
Ever since the recent presidential election results came out, many women and LGBTQ
communities are in fear. Donald Trump has been widely called out for his objectific
Reflection Essay: Capitalism, Class, and Class Stigma
January 24, 2017
The Problem with Stigmas In America
America: The land of the free and equal opportunities Right? Wrong. The first thing
that many people think about when they hear
The Science of Fat: Dr. Jeffrey Friedman
Dr. Friedman explored the science behind obesity and weight control, and researched
the questions: Is obesity a disease? What does science
This questionnaire is for self-avowed heterosexuals only. If you are not openly
heterosexual, pass it on to a friend who is. Please try to answer the questions as
candidly as possible. Your responses will be held in strict confi
Name: Katrina Rufin
Applied Activity: Check Your Labels
Due: Tuesday January 17, 2017
As you find the locations of your factories, you will enter them into the worksheet below. You
can just type your answers directly into the appropriate box. To make subm
Hursthouse * Virtue Theory and Abortion
1. Is sentience an acceptable criterion of moral standing? (To address this question, you should break
it down into questions: Is sentience necessary for having moral standing? Is it sufficie
Can an objective theory really establish that being a gangster is incompat
ible with being a good human being?
Julia Annas, Virtue Ethics: what kind of naturalism?
This is a pre-print copy of an article from the book Virtue Ethics, Old and New, edited by Stephen M.
Gardiner (Cornell UP, 1996): 11-29.
Virtue ethics is not by definition naturalistic. It would surely
Aristotle's Argument for Perfectionism 215
Aristotles Argument for
Eric J. Silverman
Aristotle. Nicomachean Ethics, translated by Martin Ostwald. Upper Saddle
River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1999.
Anscorabe, G. E. M. "Modern Moral Philosophy.
Martha Nussbaum is Ernst Freund Professor of Law and Ethics at the University of Chicago,
where she holds appointments in the Law School, the School of Divinity, and the departments
of philosophy and classics. She offers a sketch
Chapter 8: Reproductive Technology
drugs. One can hardly exercise an autonomous choice over
ones health if one could be held in breach of contract and
liable for $35,000 damages for making a decision contrary to
the wishes of ones doctor.
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QUICK REVIEW: Reading Philosophy "
Philosophy is not primarily concerned with what causes you
to have particular beliefs; it focuses on whether those beliefs
are worth having.
Philosophy helps you evaluate your worldview.
Chapter'9: Genetic Choices
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The Journal of Political Philosophy: Volume 13, Number 2, 2005, pp. 135152
Defending Deaf Culture:
The Case of Cochlear Implants*
Philosophy and Bioethics, Monash University
OCHLEAR implants are a technology which attempts to cure deafnes
John Locke: Our Psychological Properties Define the Self
Our Psychological Properties Define the Self
In this selection Locke sets forth his psychological state theory of personal identity,
locating the criterion of personal identity in ter
CHAPTER 9 ABORTION
1. Is it possible to agree with the Popes genetic code argument regarding the moral status of the
human fetus and yet reject the Popes claim that all abortions are morally wrong?
2. Suppose a woman in ear
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.to. The Collected Dmlogms o f Plato, edited by Edith Hamilton and
Huntington Cairns, Princeton,
Princeton University Press, 1961.
Idams, Robert, Finite and Infinite Goods: A Framework for Ethics. Oxford:
Aristotles Function Argument 209
Aristotles Function Argument
The Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle (384-322 b ce ) remains influential
today, especially among advocates of virtue ethics (roughly, the view that
moral philosophy should focus
Names: Ashley Do, Natasha Djie, Shuk Man Poon, Nguyen Le
Process: The Campus Store
Description: The campus store is a retail business that sells a diverse amount of goods
such as textbooks, candy, university wear, and more. Products are procured either
Prof. S. Bee
January 18, 2018
Chapter 2: Homework
Discussion Problem 5:
Statement: Accountants should focus on producing financial statements and leave the design
and production of managerial reports to information systems specialists.
Prof. S. Bee
January 30, 2017
Chapter Six Homework
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