3. Does the end justify the means?
5. What ethical system provides a better method for determining right from
9. Tim never gets to really know the recipients of his organs; he decides
based on single actions and behaviors (except in the case of Emily, who he falls in love with). Therefore they are dehumanized. Does he really intend to help these "deserving" people or is he doing this out of a need to redeem himself? Does it matter?
10. What are the legal, ethical, and moral implications of what Tim did? Was what he did dangerous considering the long-term implications of his actions (on organ donation, suicide, etc.)?
11. Does this controversial movie satisfy the goal of provoking conversation and getting people talking about issues that are relevant to their lives (even though this is fiction and not likely to happen in this way - really? A jellyfish?)?
12. Is Seven Pounds a useful thought experiment? (After all, watching movies and thinking about the ethical dilemmas is doing philosophy.)
THIS IS THE FOR THE MOVIE SEVEN POUNDS PLEASE ANSWER EACH QUESTION IN DETAIL AND FOCUS ON THE ETHICS PART IF IT
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