Phi 208 ethics and moral reasoning homework

Using animals for scientific research, testing cosmetics, etc.

Consuming animal products (meat, dairy, eggs, leather, fur, etc.) obtained from animals raised in poor conditions

PHI208: LIST OF TOPICS

 

Responsibility to the Environment (Week Four)

Business practices that impact the environment

Individual behaviors and choices that impact the environment

The balancing of governmental regulations intended to protect the environment with individual liberty

Climate Change

Clearing forests for farmland

Protecting wilderness areas

Protecting endangered species

 

 

End of Life Medical Issues (Week One)

Physicianassisted suicide

Voluntary active euthanasia

Non-voluntary active euthanasia(such as seriously ill infants, people with dementia or brain damage, etc.)

Active vs. passive euthanasia

Euthanasia and/or physicianassisted suicide for nonstandard reasons, such as non-terminal conditions (pain,

disability, depression, free choice, etc.)

 

LIST OF ACCEPTABLE PRIMARY RESOURCES FOR THE WEEK

THREE ASSIGNMENT AND WEEK FIVE FINAL PAPER

 

These are the primary resources that you can cite when explaining a moral theory in order to fulfill the relevant portion of

the resources requirement.

 

* Indicates readings included in the “Required Readings” portion of the course.

 

Utilitarianism

*Mill, John Stuart. Utilitarianism, in the original version in the textbook, or in the version by Jonathan Bennett. Retrieved

from www.earlymoderntexts.com

See the guidance for the required portions of the text.

Haines, W. (n.d.). Consequentialism. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Retrieved from

Consequentialism

Singer, P. (2003). Voluntary euthanasia: A utilitarian perspective. Bioethics, 17(5/6), 526-541.

 

Deontology

*Kant, Immanuel. Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals in the original version in the textbook, or in the version by

Jonathan Bennett. Retrieved from www.earlymoderntexts.com

See the guidance for the required portions of the text.

O’Neill, O. (1993). A simplified account of Kant’s ethics. In T. Regan (Ed.) Matters of Life and Death, 411-415.

Retrieved fromhttp://users.manchester.edu/Facstaff/SSNaragon/Online/texts/201/O’Neill, Kant.pdf

 

VirtueEthics

*Aristotle. (1931). Nicomachean ethics. (W.D. Ross, Trans.). Oxford, GBR: Clarendon Press. Retrieved from

http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/8438/pg8438.html

See the guidance for the required portions of the text.

Hursthouse, R. (2012). Virtue ethics. In E. Zalta (Ed.), The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. Retrieved from

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ethicsvirtue/

MacIntyre, A. (1984). After virtue. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

Chapters 14-15 are included in Chapter 6 of the text.

 

Feminist/Care Ethics

*Held, V. “Feminist transformations of moral theory.

Included in Chapter 6 of the text. See the guidance for the required portions of the text.

*Gilligan, C. (1982). In a different voice: Psychological theory and women’s development. Cambridge, MA: Harvard

University Press. Retrieved from

https://lms.manhattan.edu/pluginfile.php/26517/mod_resource/content/1/Gilligan In a Different Voice.pdf.

*Noddings, N. (2010).Maternal factor: Two paths to morality. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. (213-220)

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