Yes, it would be morally permissible for them to order a perfect baby, if that is what they
want. I do not see why anyone would want a perfect baby because he or she would be boring to
play with. They will be too pe
Chapter 10: The Future
LO1: Define the 24 hour test. What is its purpose?
A. A good way to begin a baseline ethical test for yourself. Its purpose is to test out if a
person can go a day without speaking ill of othe
Chapter 9: Liability
LO1: What are civil remedies for ethical misconduct? What is the difference between a "civil
remedy" and "criminal punishment"? Discuss 3 examples.
A. Civil remedies for ethical misconduct are com
For Aristotle it was that, Glass was seeking an apparent good instead of real good. He
was making false statement and false stories to be liked and famous. What he was doing was not
virtuous and should not be consider
Yes, I think that it is morally permissible to execute a murderer if he truly is remorseful
and apologizes for his actions. I believe so because he killed someone or people and he was
convicted of it with facts and e
Chapter 8: Punishment and Correction
1. To understand the distinctions among the four purposes of criminal sanctions:
retribution, incapacitation, deterrence, and rehabilitation.
a. Define and compare retribution, in
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