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Which option best expresses the meaning of "impartiality" as used by Rachels in chapter 1 of The Elements of Moral Philosophy?
A) Everyone's interests ar
History 101 Western Civilizations
May 6, 2016
When it comes to discovering America, the debate up until recently has always started
with Christopher Columbus mentioned in the discussion. This ongoing debate is not limited to a
Legal Environment of Business
June 1, 2016
When it comes to reasonable exercise of executive power, we should probably consider what
constitutes an unreasonable exercise of executive power. So far no parameters or guidelines have
been set t
According to John Stuart Mill (the leading advocate of utilitarian moral theory and one of
Benthams followers) the principle of Utility, requires us to always choose the action or social
policy that provides the most happiness for all. (James Rachels and
Even though Marijuana has been scientifically proven to be effective on certain diseases
and pain, it continues to be an ongoing debate. According to article by debate.org, "In the
practice of medical cannabis, also known as medical marijuana, doctors rec
Virtue Ethics distinguishes itself from utilitarianism and Kantian ethics in many ways.
Aristotle said that a virtue is a trait of character manifested in habitual action. The word
habitual is important. The virtue of honesty, for example, is not possesse
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The movie I watched was supersize me.
What was the general topic of the film?
It was a film about Americas obesity epidemic that may be linked to fast food consumption. A man cal
When it comes to legalizing marijuana use in the United States there are three important
questions in this discussion to answer.
How does the Presidents support of marijuana align with the status on a federal level?
Even though 40 states have adopted medi
Epicurus was an Athenian citizen born in Samos in 341 B.C. His father Neocles was
a cleruch, an Athenian colonist, who, after the expulsion of the Athenians from
the island, earned his living as a schoolmaster a profession which accorded lit
A statement or proposition seemingly self-contradictory or absurd but in reality
expressing a possible truth.
To Know is Not to Know
To know and yet (think) we do not know is the highest attainment; not to know
and think (and think) we kno
On occasion of a sudden clap of thunder, or a violent wind, he would change
countenance. He would do the same, and rise up moreover, when he found
himself a guest at a loaded board. At the sight of a person in mourning, he would
He [Aristotle] was born, the son of a doctor, at Stagira in Chalcidice
(northern Greece) in 384 BC. At the age of eighteen he entered Platos
Academy at Athens, and he continued as a member for twenty years, until
Platos death in 347.