A fellow surgeon counseled him that it was unethical to operate on a healthy body even under those circumstances. But the operation surgeon, feeling that more good than bad would come out of his action, performed the operation anyway.
How does this relate to the cost-benefit analysis approach to morality? To what extent do you feel each surgeon was right in his moral position? Do you feel that in this case the good end justified the means the operation surgeon was using? Why or why not? Is there ever a time when a good end justifies any means used to attain it? If so, when? If not, why
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