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Papers On Ethics
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The Body Farm
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A 3 page paper discussing the function of the University of Tennessee's Anthropology Research Facility, commonly referred to as the Body Farm. Cadavers are left exposed to the elements so that forensic anthropologists can study how unburied bodies decompose. The Body Farm appears to operate well within the guidelines of accepted scientific practice regarding the study and handling of human remains. Though the site and its purpose may be shocking initially, it apparently violates no stated code of ethics as it provides a valuable service to law enforcement organizations. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSethBodyFrm.rtf

The Cardinal Virtues and Living a Moral Life
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A 5 page review of the cardinal virtues which are most important in living a moral life. Asserts that these virtues are temperance and justice rather than courage and wisdom for it is temperance and justice that are important in achieving the three critical steps to a moral life. Identifies these steps as the purification which must occur inside, improving the relationships among people, and improving the relationship between man and God. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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The Case Against Helping the Poor by Garrett Hardin
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A 4 page paper which analyzes aspects of Garrett Hardin’s The Case Against Helping the Poor. No additional sources cited.
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The Challenger Disaster / A Study In Ethics
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An 11 page case study examining the events and findings regarding a booster rocket design flaw in the space shuttle series of which Challenger was part. Roger Boisjoly was a red-flag-waving engineer who was regarded as the country's leading expert in the area, yet his company, Morton Thiolkol, refused to listen to his concerns about the safety of the entire mission. Challenger exploded just after liftoff on January 28, 1986. Boisjoly began to formulate his theories fully one year before. One source cited.
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