Some broad topics that you may wish to investigate: Are we Morally Free or are things Determined? Can humanity live peacefully? The Basis of Ethics: Reason or Emotion? What is the source of morality? How does understanding ourselves help us to live morally with others? Is the intention more important or the consequence of action? Does Religion provide a moral basis? Is Altruism possible? Does friendship play a part in our morality? Does “knowing” constitute ethical obligation?
Some particular topics that you may wish to look at Bio-Medical: Abortion, Access to Health Care, Cloning, Euthanasia, Informed Consent, Palliative Care, Reproductive Technologies Business: Affirmative Action, Child Labor, Employer Obligations, Employee Rights, Job Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Whistle-Blowing, Working Conditions Political: Affirmative Action, Capital Punishment, Civil Disobedience, Equality, Human Rights, Racism, Sexism, Social Justice, Taxation, Terrorism, War Environmental: Animal Consumption, Animal Research, Air Pollution, Water Pollution
These are just a few of the many topics that you may wish to consider for the paper. Remember to notify me about your topic if you change it from what it was in your rough draft.
1. 1200-1500 words in an MS Word document.
2. Choose a standard style of formatting, either APA, MLA, or Turabian, and stay with it throughout
3. Works Cited page–remember to include at least two references (this does not include Wikipedia)
4. Follow the usual standards as well
5. For the final project you must use two ethical perspectives you learned in the course in your approach to your chosen topic (Metaethics, Normative Ethics, Lao Tzu, Confucius, Siddhartha Gautama, Epictetus, Dilemmas, Altruism, Egoism, Universalism, Relativism, Socrates, Aristotle, Plato, Epicurus, Bentham Utilitarianism, Mill Utilitarianism, Kant/Deontology, Human Rights, Existentialism, Feminist Ethics, Divine Command, Agape Ethics, Ethics of Non-Violence, Ethics of Mysticism) .
You may employ them to show where you think they are correct or where they are incorrect, you may contrast them or show how both agree on a point. How you utilize these two perspectives is up to you.
1. Present a introduction that tells the reader what you will do.
2. Divide up the body of the work into comprehensible parts.
3. Don’t be afraid to use headings that act as a “signpost” telling the reader where you are going.
4. Avoid tendentiousness; you do not have to show that your position has all the answers and that the opposition has none. Be aware that there is probably at least one good argument from the “other side.” How will you deal with this?
5. Provide a summing-up conclusion that tells the reader what you learned or what insights you gained.
1. Remember that this is an Ethics paper from beginning to end. If you present a report that offers information then at the end you conclude in a paragraph whether you think it is right or wrong or unknown, then that is another kind of paper.
2. You have studied various philosophers and philosophies the past four months, so one way to tackle this paper is to take one or two of the views you admired and contrast it with another. In any case, when you provide another look at the issue you should include a view you learned.
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