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impact of virtues in human happiness

Aristotle says that the virtues are necessary for humans to attain happiness, but he means this in terms of something we might call “flourishing” or “living well,” which he considers quite different than simply feeling good. Thus, according to Aristotle, some people might feel that they are happy, but because they lack the virtues they are not truly flourishing. However, imagine someone that is deceitful, […]

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areas in life that requires virtues in order to do well

Describe an area in your own life that you believe requires certain virtues in order to do well. This might be an occupation, an activity or hobby, a role you play (mother, friend, husband, mentor, etc.), and so on.  Explain what this is, and what the “telos” of this kind of thing is; in other words, what is the purpose of this area of life, […]

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sociological/cultural concepts Assignment

  Assignment (Movie Review)  Rain Man (3 pages) 1) For this assignment, you will watch Rain Man with a critical eye on the social construction of reality and illustrations of other sociological/cultural concepts. 2) Analyze the movie: After watching the movie, you will write a 3 page review, consisting of: a) 1 intro paragraph noting the relevance of the movie to the course b) 1 page description/summary of the contents of the […]

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abuses taking place in developing countries

“Rocky Road” Please respond to the following:   •Based on the lecture and Webtext materials, address the following:   oSome of the most serious abuses taking place in developing countries deal with child labor, human slavery, sweatshops, bad governance, and environmental degradation. Select one (1) developing country, and examine the extent to which two (2) of these five (5) issues are occurring. Support your response […]

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the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20

1.      Read the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20.   2.      How do the first four commandments differ from the last six?   3.      Read the Beatitudes, the blessings of Jesus in the opening verses of the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew chapter 5:1-12. Which one is repeated and emphasized?   4. From the lecture, what two commandments did Jesus say are the greatest?   […]

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reasons for obeying the law or ethical principles

Glaucon (Ring of Gyges) says that we obey the laws only from fear of punishment. Provide four reasons for obeying the law or ethical principles that do not involve punishment or reward.  Is there a difference between people who obey the law out of fear and those who obey the law out of a sense of duty or character? What are those differences? When is […]

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the basic framework of a utilitarian theory of morality

Tom Regan (1985) and Peter Singer (1989) agree that we have moral responsibilities toward animals, but disagree about the best approach to animal ethics.   What basic conclusions do they agree about (be specific)?   How would you explain the basic difference in their approach? Specifically, explain how Singer’s argument represents a utilitarian view, referring to John Stuart Mill’s Utilitarianism for the basic framework of […]

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the primary goal of utilitarianism discussion

If the primary goal of utilitarianism is to generate the greatest good for the greatest number, a secondary goal is to minimize suffering. Using at least one quote from one of the required readings, discuss the ways in which these two principles are consistent or inconsistent with each other. If you think they are consistent, provide a real or imagined example that illustrates this consistency. […]

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how to treat humanity, in oneself or in another

One of Kant’s formulations of the Categorical Imperative says that one should always treat humanity, whether in oneself or in another, always as an end and never merely as a means. Consider a specific example from the world of business, either one that you have directly encountered or one you heard about, in which a company honored this principle, and consider an example in which […]

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