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Hypothetical Ethical Issue with Reference to Moral Egoism and Moral Absolutism
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This is a 3 page paper discussing moral egoism and moral absolutism in regards to a hypothetical ethical dilemma. A hypothetical ethical issue is presented which deals with the philosophies of moral egoism and moral absolutism in regards to discussing possible actions in the case of Rose. Rose asks a friend for advice as to whether or not she should have an affair within marriage based on her unusual circumstances of caring for her husband who has been paralyzed for the past six years. Rose states she is a religious person and her religion has taught her that adultery is immoral. From a moral absolutist perspective then, if she had an affair her actions would be considered immoral. Moral egoism however, promotes the happiness of the individual which Rose believes may be the result of the sexual fulfillment she will gain by having an affair. Both aspects are examined in regards to Rose’s situation and a possible solution given by her friend. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Identity and Reproductive Technology
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This is a 4 page paper discussing the ideas of identity through the ongoing controversy of reproductive technology. Identity in today’s culture has become skewed in relation to the increasing technological possibilities in reproduction and the continued quest for the ideal American dream. Eugenics, or selective breeding, has been the basis for considerable controversy for over seventy years yet reproductive technology continues to expand. Today’s technologies can offer researchers control over genetic characteristics in which the genes carrying congenital defects can be identified, altered or removed. While this is intended to create a healthier population, reproductive technology is also considered as a way to pre-select desirable traits for future generations; the problem being who will be the ones to decide which traits are desirable? In the 1920s, Chesterton discussed the protection of American identity through eugenics while Albee’s play in the 1960s “The American Dream” tells how the American identity has become one of superficial and materialistic values. Most recently, McGee in his text “The Perfect Baby” points out that regardless of any advances in reproductive technology, social influences will always overpower them. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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In Favor of Abortion
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A 5 page paper arguing for legal, accessible abortion services. Mothers' choices to end problem pregnancies should be their choice. If there are moral consequences, those consequences are personal. Availability of abortion enables young people to learn from mistakes without condemning another individual to living them, and it provides stem cell research material that can help thousands in the not-so-distant future. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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In Favor of Stem Cell Research
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A 4 page paper arguing that embryonic stem cell research should be permitted on embryos created in fertility clinics not supported by federal funds. Though we should proceed cautiously and certainly not allow creation of embryos solely for research purposes, neither should we reject out of hand investigating the use of stem cells already available through fertility clinics for the treatment of disease that exists now. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSstemClYes.rtf


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