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The Concept Of Ethical Relativism & Ethical Objectivism : 5 pages in length. There exist a great many philosophies by which people live their lives. These philosophies help maintain order and a sense of direction that otherwise would merely drift in subconscious thought. Two of these fundamental principles are ethical relativism and ethical objectivism, which provide the concepts of how people incorporate ethical occurrences throughout their daily existence. One who has addressed these concepts is John L. Mackie, a philosopher who has brought to bear his interpretation of the argument from relativity and the argument from objectivity. The writer discusses ethical relativism and objectivism as they relate to philosophy. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Relobj.wps

Morality : The subject of morality is addressed in this 6 page paper. Philosophers such as Kant and Epictetus are recognized as well as more contemporary views such as those of Carol Gilligan. The reason why man should behave morally is derived after looking at two basic divisions in thought. The concept of utilitarianism, and its applicability to the discussion, is included as well. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Morality.wps

Nietzsche and the Question of Morality : A 10 page examination of the question of the need for man’s morality as supported by Nietzsche, a German philosopher most often known for what is perceived as his opposition to morality. Concludes that Nietzsche’s work actually supports rather than denounces the need for morality. Bibliography lists seven sources. Moral.wps

Nietzsche’s "The Genealogy Of Morals" / Democratic Prejudice of the Modern Age : This 5 page research paper examines the term "democratic prejudice" which is used by Friedrich Nietzsche in his 1887 treatise, The Genealogy of Morals. Specifically discussed are the concepts of master and slave; good and evil; and how language has been used to perpetuate prejudice throughout history. Bibliography lists 1 source. Demmod.wps

Nietzsche’s "The Genealogy Of Morals" : This 5 page paper analyzes the slave/master paradigm as contained in the first essay of this work. A discussion of how it relates to various relationships throughout history is included. No additional sources cited. Geneal.wps

Nietzsche’s "The Genealogy Of Morals" # 2 : A 5 page essay summarizing and analyzing this work by Nietzsche, including his descriptions of good/evil vs. good/bad, the conscience, punishment and guilt. Nietzsche.wps

Nietzsche’s "The Genealogy Of Morals" # 3 : This 5 page paper analyzes the third essay of the popular work. The essay addresses a variety of issues, including mental illness and religion, but the primary focus is on asceticism. No additional sources cited. Moralg.wps

Academic Dishonesty and MacIntyre's View of Virtue : A 5 page essay on Alasdair MacIntyre's "After Virtue" and the application of his philosophy to academic dishonesty & ethics. The writer explains his views on emotivism, virtue, and the state of modern moral discourse. Bibliography lists one source. MacInty.wps

Personal Ethics and the Good Life : A 5 page paper that considers what elements are necessary for determining the "good life" and happiness. By providing numerous examples, the writer supports the belief that morality and personal ethics are necessary elements in achieving internal happiness. Bibliography lists 1 source. Goodlife.wps

Adultery / A Kantian Perspective : A 7 page paper positing that desire is a mental construct, that curtailing desire is natural to human nature and is formulated by reasoning, that reasoning leads to both individual and community ethics based on moral principles established for the good of the community, and that obligation and duty of individuals within the community establish an ethical foundation for living within the community, therefore we can assume that Kant would support the theory that adultery is disallowed, and therefore unethical. Bibliography lists 4 supporting sources. Kantadu.wps

Ethical Theory / Kantian Perspective -- Abortion Is Not Always Wrong : A 5 age paper arguing that abortion is not always wrong from the perspective of Immanuel Kant. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Aborkant.wps

Immanuel Kant’s Concept of Good Will Analyzed : A 5 page paper which examines German philosopher Immanuel Kant’s good will principle as articulated in his 1785 work, The Fundamental Principles of the Metaphysics of Morals (also known as The Grounding For the Metaphysics of Morals. Specifically analyzed is why good will is considered to be good, according to Kant, and how it is expressed. Bibliography lists 2 sources. GdWillAn.wps

Kant and The Ethics of Choice : A 5 page paper that investigate the significants of intention or consequences on the moral and ethical decisions of individuals. This paper supports Kant's theory that though man may incorporate personal and sometimes selfish considerations into the process of ethical determinations, this does not negate the moral applications of these choices. At the same time, Kant's theories call in to question whether the effects of moral choices, whether good or not, are considered good simply becasue of the intention of the individual making the determination. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Kanteth.wps

Kant’s Moral Law And Mill’s Utilitarianism : A 5 page paper discussing beginning differences in Kant’s and Aristotle’s views of the individual’s rights and whether those of the individual are higher than those of the state in which he lives. Kant maintains that the rights of the state overrides those of the individual; Aristotle’s view is that the highest rights are those of the individual. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Kantari.wps

Utilitarianism, Deontology And Abortion : A 5 page paper discussing the rights of a mentally ill and institutionalized pregnant woman extends to refusing the abortion on which her mother is insisting. Mill’s theory says that all involved must have some common ground of equality, but that equality is not possible for the pregnant woman because of her mental condition. The deontological approach indicates that the woman does indeed have a right to bear her child if she chooses. No bibliography. Deonot.wps

Utilitarianism : A 5 page paper discussing the relationship between utilitarianism and a specific quote from "Warren Massacre" by Nagel. The line is examined, in detail, and is found to have many qualities that address the issue of utilitarianism. But the line also offers the reader a view into vague associations which possess the possibilities of being associated with other forms of thought as well. It is very much a line which is clearly open to interpretation and opinion. No additional sources cited. Utinag.wps

Immanuel Kant's 'Supreme Principle of Morality’ : This 6 page research paper examines the morality principle of German philosopher Immanuel Kant. Specifically discussed are the definition of this principle, its intention, and the necessary components to ensure this "supreme morality." Bibliography lists 4 sources. Kantim.wps

Air Traffic Controllers Dismissal And Its Relation The Works Of Kant :
A 6 page paper discussing Kant's imperatives to government and the governed people as they relate to the firing of the Air Traffic Controllers by Ronald Reagan. The paper postulates that Reagan's decision was short-sighted, because his actions have potentially lead to that which he sought to prevent--a socialistic public labor pool. The paper discusses the affects of his decision in relationship to both the public and private sector, and how it may have resulted in the quiet revolution affecting the private sector. Although Kant specifies that altruistic citizens subject themselves to their sovereign, they must also police their sovereign, and therefore, the long-term results of Reagan's decision are in the hands of the people. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Controlr.wps

The Case of Stella Liebeck and Tort Reform as Supported by the Works of Kant : A 5 page paper that seeks to prove that Immanuel Kant would support both Stella Liebeck's case and Congress' subsequent tort reform laws, simply because they meet his altruism ideals for citizens and government under his laws of citizen duty to act under the laws and slow government reform. This paper claims that Kant would not support McDonald's egoism in retaining their hot coffee policy because of the number of complaints received prior to Liebeck's case--and also his "mine and thine" policy on dual responsibility. Kant was a supporter of free-will as long as the individual agreed to avoid chaos by lending itself to government's laws, and a supporter of government as long as it made slow reforms that did not incite revolutionaries. Bibliography includes 6 sources . Kantmc.wps

Social Welfare & Kant / A Philosophical Perspective : A 7 page paper that considers the philosophical question of societal and individual moral determinations of the welfare system. This paper demonstrates that the current welfare system is based on the moral and ethical choices of society and of the individual, and considers Kant's perspectives on moral obligations in its development. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Socialw.wps

Jack-in-the-Box / Who is Responsible for Consumer Protection ? : A 6 page paper positing that although Jack-in-the-Box seems to be altruistic in its considerations of the harm it caused its customers, the federal government has not been as conscientious--they have said that responsibility for consumer protection resides in at the state government level. According to Kant and consumer protection groups, there is an inherent danger in this, as despotism is alive at the state level, and that many states are governed arbitrarily by people with special interests. Given this situation, via Kant's advice, it behooves consumers to continue policing all levels of government in order to find the protection from harm to which they are entitled. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Jackbox.wps

Ethics / Virtue vs. Utilitarianism : A 6 page philosophy paper that argues in support of virtues over utilitarian treatment of relatives with a disabling disease such as Alzheimer’s. The paper posits the requirements for the younger generations today and in the future, discusses the utilitarian ideal, and then argues against the application of the ideal to the instant case. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Philalz.wps

Connections Between Ethics And Materialism : A 5 page paper discussing the moral emptiness that accompanies materialism as a life goal. Certainly, there is no sin in material wealth, as there is no general corollary between poverty and integrity, wealth and dishonesty. But materialism as a way of life erodes ethics. We need to adopt the guidance of "love people; use things." Too often, the focus is reversed. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Ethmate.wps

Corporate Social Responsibility : 9 pages in length. Few could argue with Adam Smith’s statement that "It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer, or the baker, that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest."

Those businesses that refuse to look after their own self interests will not be businesses long enough to have any impact. At the same time, however, there can certainly be regard for a larger purpose. For some businesses, commitment to a larger purpose would be simply learning the difference between right and wrong, while others take a more responsible view of the role they play in the lives of their employees, their customers, and ultimately how they affect the world. Avis, Federal Express and Sam Walton’s philosophies are used as examples. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Corpresp.wps

A Look At Business Ethics : A 6 page research essay looking at three examples each of businesses with solid, high ethical standards and those with less-than-high such standards. "Scoundrels" listed are Starbucks Coffee (predatory practices), Hefty trash bags (deceptive environmental advertising at the litigation level) and Columbia/HCA Healthcare (rebates and financial incentives to physicians for using Columbia facilities). The good guys listed are Weyerhauser (solid environmental practices), Mary Kay Cosmetics and Southwest Airlines. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Ethi.wps

Business Ethics : 7 pages in lenght. The "scoundrels" of today’s business operate from the point that all is fair, depending on who thinks of it and acts on it first. Those with a high level of ethical standards have the added advantage of dedicated and loyal employees who do their best for their company and for its customers. Success can come by way of meanness and shortcut, but it means more when it is achieved through ethical behavior as exhibited by Weyerhauser, Mary Kay and Southwest Airlines. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Ethics.wps

Common Morality’s Applicability to Business : 6 pages in length. The concepts of right and wrong seem so simple on the surface. Webster’s defines morality as adherence to a standard of "right human conduct." Superficially, that definition would be easy for the "simple" to understand. When the focus is narrowed, however, it seems that the concept of morality grays in its boundaries. Morality is not only the black and white that the "simple" so seemingly effortlessly can see, with that clear line of demarcation between it and immorality. Focus is increasingly narrowed in our harried lives of today, but all of us are charged with keeping vigilance on the level of standard we will tolerate. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Morbusi.wps

Classical Virtue Theory & Contemporary Human Behavior : A 5 page paper that considers whether the ethics of classical virtue theory can be applied to contemporary human behaviors. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Virtue.wps

The Ethics of Suicide : A 5 page overview of the ethics of suicide plus a 1 page Roman Numeral Sentence Outline. Stresses that suicide is ethically wrong and presents views from ancient times and which have extended into contemporary religions which support that view. Presents the contention that those individuals with a strong religious background are less likely to attempt suicide than those individuals without that background. Encourages the incorporation of religious teachings into the counseling of suicidal patients. Bibliography lists 4 sources. SuicEthi.wps

The Utilitarian Ideal Applied to Smoking : A 4 page piece on how the utilitarian ideal, which states that individual rights must be given up for the greater good of all, has been applied to the recent anti-smoking agenda in America. The utilitarian images applied include: policy not backed by research, but applied in the case of children and public smoking in the case of adults; state class action suits and the tobacco settlements; and how the government is trying to incorporate utilitarian and individual freedoms under one umbrella. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Utilsmok.wps

Nurses & Abortion : 4 pages including sample survey on "Abortion & Nurses : An Ethical Perspective." Discusses both sides of the issue and the decisions which nurses must face. Bibliography lists more than 15 sources. Abornurs.wps

Abortion / A Moral Issue No Matter How One Looks At It : 10 pages in length. A realistic look at the pro-choice (abortion) argument and its implications. From both a social and a political standpoint, it is argued that abortion is a moral choice on any level. Relevant issues, debates, feelings, theories, beliefs, etc; are evaluatively assessed to build and support the writer's argument. Supreme Court issues are included in the discussion as well. Bibliography lists 16 sources. Prochoic.wps

Abortion Ethics : 12 pages in length. Throughout history, there has not likely been a more fiery or controversial issue than that of abortion. Indeed, the ethics behind the act of aborting a fetus is what lies at the core of the ongoing debate between two very strong-willed and opinionated viewpoints. The ethical concerns that revolved around the abortion issue are those that encompass a great many ideals – both religious and personal – that have to do with an individual’s concept of right and wrong. To some, the ethical implications mean allowing the woman her right to choose; to others, it is no different than murder. This paper will discuss the various ethical viewpoints surrounding the controversial issue of abortion. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Aborteth.wps

Application Of Functionalism To An Ethnography : A 5 page paper discussing an ethnographic analysis of an abortion clinic in terms of George Homan’s functionalist theory, which centered on the evaluation and assessment of human groups, the activities in which they take part, interactions between them, their sentiments and their norms. Ball (1967) describes the abortion clinic personnel and patrons as deviant, but the functionalist view holds that it serves a purpose because it is a part of the society. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Functionalism.wps

The Conflict of "Right-to-Life" vs "Free Choice" According to Marx & Coser :
This 5 page report discusses the ongoing conflict among groups who support abortion rights and those groups who oppose abortion through an application of both Karl Marx and Lewis Coser’s opinions and approaches to conflict in society. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Ritefree.wps

Personal Resistance & Abortion : A 5 page paper discussing the various positions of personal resistance in relationship to the subject of abortion. Using abortion as a definite example the paper examines the inherent need to resist some aspect of the surrounding environment or government. while this has done the country a great deal of good in many instances, it has also cost us greatly in terms of weakening our sense of community. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Resistab.wps

Animal Rights & Testing : A 4 page paper providing an overview of ethical issues concerning animal rights & testing. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Animalte.wps

Animal Rights # 2 : 14 pages on Animal Rights; legal and ethical issues. Writer argues that we should put ourselves before animals and continue using them for medical research. Bibliography lists 12 references. Animalt2.wps

Animal Rights # 3 : A variety of animal rights issues are addressed in this 5 page essay. Arguments on both sides of the fence are considered. Activists such as Peter Singer and Tom Regan are noted and their positions stated. Morality is considered as the basis for many of the arguments and the paper concludes that perhaps a compromise in treatment of animals in society can be reached. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Anhmn.wps

Animal Rights : 12 pages in length. Mankind's arrogance has created a world of pain and suffering for his animal counterparts. From research and testing to animals in entertainment to the seemingly innocent "sport" of recreational fishing, animals constantly forfeit their intrinsic rights to a life free of pain, suffering and exploitation. The writer addresses several aspects where animals are forced to relinquish their rights as living beings. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Anmlrits.wps

Arguing Against Animal Experimentation : In 5 pages the author argues against using animals for testing. Animal experimentation is unnecessary, unethical, morally wrong and dangerous to humans. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Animalex.wps

The Animal Rights Question Analyzed Under Eudaimonism : A 4 page paper on how animal rights are viewed under the eudaimonism ideal of self-realization. The paper presents Charles Norton's views on eudaimonism and outlines a process for the coming together of the bioscience and activist communities (cited example) in regards to animal testing. Other points of discussion include technological advancements that preclude much of animal testing, and a discussion of how government regulation undermines this process. Bibliography lists 2 sources Eudaimsm.wps

Dolphins And Personhood : 6 pages in length. For many, the concept of personhood is reserved strictly for humanity. However, that is a self-centered, arrogant concept that has no basis of fact. Dolphins possess many -- if not all -- of the qualifications that represent personhood; in fact, they are one of many within the nonhuman world who can be considered persons by its very definition. The writer addresses the concept of dolphins as persons, as well as sites examples of such. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Prsnhood.wps

Justin Leiber’s "Can Animals And Machines Be Persons ?" : 5 pages in length. The writer subjectively discusses whether animals and machines can be viewed as persons using philosophies discussed in Leiber’s book. No bibliography sources are used. Animach.wps

Dolphins And Personhood : 6 pages in length. For many, the concept of personhood is reserved strictly for humanity. However, that is a self-centered, arrogant concept that has no basis of fact. Dolphins possess many -- if not all -- of the qualifications that represent personhood; in fact, they are one of many within the nonhuman world who can be considered persons by its very definition. The writer addresses the concept of dolphins as persons, as well as sites examples of such. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Prsnhood.wps

The Challenger Disaster / A Study In Ethics : 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. Cha.wps

"Disclosure of Hereditary Illness : A Look At How Genetic Testing Is Raising New Legal and Bioethical Questions" : 19 pages in length. A thorough examination of issues concerning forced disclosure of genetic information and the right to privacy. Excellent for those studying genetics and/or medical ethics. Legal and ethical issues are mentioned. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Genetic.wps

The Ethical Downside of Cloning : A 10 page research paper on the negative aspects of human cloning. The writer details the eugenics movement and how it was used in the past by the Nazis and how it relates to current debates on human cloning. In addition, the paper shows the various possible uses and misuses of cloning. Bibliography lists 13 sources. Cloneno.wps

The Ethics Of The Genetics Revolution : A 4 page essay on the ethical considerations involved in applying genetic research. The writer details the idealistic and pragmatic considerations in treatment of genetic diseases, the testing for such diseases, and the potentially evil uses which can be made of the technology. No bibliography. Generev.wps

Ethics of Genetic Engineering Through The Eyes of Aristotle : Aristotle believed that an absolute moral standard was not possible because morality is determined by behavior and outcome and these are governed by the individual and the choices made by that individual. The individual is by definition unique, which foregoes that each choice and outcome is unique. The concept of Plato's "good" is seen in terms of the action and the result of the action, rather than a predetermined, 'a priori', standard. Inasmuch as individuals dwell within a society, there exists an ethical component to community behavior and is grounded on the "purpose" of the behavior: the highest form of community behavior being for the purpose of the 'good' of man. This 4 page paper examines the issue of genetic engineering from the view presented by Aristotle in the Nicomachean Ethics. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Genengin.wps

The Nuremberg Code : This 9 page report discusses the Nuremberg Code and its ethical basis. The Code has proven to have a significant impact for the past fifty years in regards to how modern medicine and governments view humane medical experimentation. The individual principles of the Code are listed in the report. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Nurember.wps

Aristotle and Nicomachean Ethics : A 4 page paper that considers the arguments of Book II Chapter 4 of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics. In this section, Aristotle provides an argument to the dilemma that "man must first be good to create good acts." The writer provides an argument in support of the premises argued by Aristotle. No additional sources cited. Nico.wps

Aristotle’s "Nicomachean Ethics" : A 5 page paper discussing Aristotle’s "Nicomachean Ethics" and addressing the issue of human good in Book I, the "doctrine of the mean" in Book II, and "phronesis" in Book III. Bibliography lists only Nicomachean Ethics as a source. Arinic.wps

The Ethics of "Selling Science" In The Popular Press : A 4 page essay on ethics in reporting science and technology issues in the popular press. The writer details the relationship between the press and the scientific community, the problems associated with P.R., and the importance of knowledgeable reporters. No bibliography. Sellscie.wps

Ethical Dimensions & Considerations In Public-Speaking : Recognizing that there is an ethical dimension to public speaking, one must assess the ethical impact of words upon a crowd. This is an important issue for democracies, where the quality of politics depends heavily on the quality of public discourse. In this 15 page research paper, an in-depth look at concerns over ethics, morals, religious statements etc; and their relevance to free speech rights are considered in light of the unique situation faced by public speakers. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Publicsp.wps

Law & Ethics / Not Always the Same Thing : A 3 page essay discussing the differences between law and ethics. The case of Affirmative Action and the relevance of just laws are used to illustrate points made about law & ethics together. Law&Ethc.wps

Ethical Dilemmas & Human Services : A 5 page paper that considers the complex ethical situations erupting for human services workers who interact with individuals and families in their work role, The writer provides an informative overview of how to address these issues. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Humans.wps

Ethics According to Shaw and Barry : A 12 page paper that discusses ethics according to William H. Shaw and Vincent Barry in terms of moral distinctions, moral arguments, and the relevant facts of the case of Kaveh Moussavi of IBM who refused to bribe Mexican officials. As a result, IBM lost the deal. Weight is given to the philosophies of Kant, Ross and Ruggario as well. Bibliography includes 4 sources. Ibmcase.wps

Christian Ethics & Collective Evil / Bonhoeffer and King : A 15 page paper that provides an overview of the basic elements of Bonhoeffer and King's religious ethics and considers them in terms of the political and social issues of their day. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Cevil.wps

Hiring Illegal Aliens / Ethical Issues : A 10 page paper that examines the problem of illegal alien workers in the U.S. -- focusing on the illegal migration of Mexicans over the Southwest Border, the U.S. efforts to resolve the problem are reviewed. Pros and cons in interpreting the issues include the impact on workers, society, and the economy. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Hiringal.wps

Kickback Ethics : 5 pages in length. Sometimes, the boundaries between "ethical" and "legal" are totally clear. Other times, however, the distinction is not so easy to make. With the full roles of the US Justice Department, it is unlikely that America will soon dilute the legal stand against kickbacks. Recent measures by French courts have basically removed all of the teeth from any regulatory prohibitions of kickbacks already in place, causing observers to conclude that "the courts have done the dirty work of the politicians." Bibliography lists seven sources. Kidkback.wps

The Philosophy Of Utilitarianism : The slogan "each should count for one and none should count for more than one", something Bentham used in defense of his philosophy, is explored in this 5 page paper. Both utilitarian and opposing views are considered. A division among utilitarianism is also included as are examples to illustrate arguments on both sides. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Uti.wps

Utilitarianism vs. Kant : A 6 page paper on the theories of Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill. The writer gives an example of an ethical problem and describes what each philosopher would choose to do. Bibliography lists four supporting sources. Kantutal.wps

Kant & John Stuart Mill / Terrorism and the Moral and Political Rationales :
This 5 page paper considers the issue of terrorism, first by relating how a terrorist might defend their actions using the arguments of Kant and the Utilitarian perspective of John Stuart Mill, then considers who a both a Kantian and Utilitarian opponent to terrorism might relate to this issue. This paper utilizes the text of Kant’s Political Writings and arguments from Mill’s Utilitarianism. No additional sources cited. Kantmill.wps

John Stuart Mill’s Explanation As To Why Socrates Does Philosophy :
This 4 page essay discusses Socrates’ "Apology" and what John Stuart Mill would say was the reason Socrates "did" philosophy. The essay covers the attitude and viewpoint of Mill as it would apply to Socrates. No sources cited. Millsoc.wps

John Stuart Mill’s Utilitarianism : A 5 page paper which discusses the implications of John Stuart Mill’s assertion in Utilitarianism that, "Pleasure and freedom from pain are the only things desirable as ends." Specifically considered are the principles Mill developed in Chapters 2 and 4 which make this idea plausible and critically evaluations whether his arguments are successful. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Jsmutil.wps

John Stuart Mill &Jeremy Bentham / Two Comparable Views on Utilitarianism : John Stuart Mill was raised in the shadow of the friendship between his father, James Mill, historian and philosopher, and Jeremy Bentham, at times a man considered to be one of the leading intellects of the 19th century. It is not surprising, then, that elements of their views on utilitarianism and their writings hold fundamental similarities, while also demonstrating the extension from the earlier perspectives of Bentham to the latter writings and developed ideas and postulates determined by John Stuart Mill. This 5 page paper compares and contrasts the views of these two philosophers, and evaluates the similarities as they distinguish the connection between the two. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Millbent.wps

John Stuart Mill’s Utilitarianism / Equality And Impartiality In Chapter V :
A 5 page paper discussing the ending paragraphs of the work. Though Mills says that happiness is measurable and therefore useful for determining the state of equality between individuals, he does not specify how that measurement should be made. He shows that utilitarianism does not hold that all people are equal, for there clearly are instances in which they are not. That Mills takes such care to explain inequalities indicates that utilitarianism does not in itself either imply or guarantee equality among all, but it is, according to Mills, the basis of morality in that it leads to justice and to right actions. No additional sources cited. Millutil.wps

On Liberty And Drugs : A 5 page paper discussing drug usage in relationship to the ideas set forth by John Stuart Mill in his book "On Liberty." Mill stands strong in his beliefs that people should be allowed to essentially do as they please as long as it doesn’t harm anyone else. Arguments discussed involve the legalization of drugs, and the further pursuit of drug enforcement. The notion addressed concerns whether or not Mill’s ideas should be implemented in the field of drug policy. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Liberdr.wps

John Stuart Mill and Utilitarianism : A 5 page paper that describes Mill's presentation of the principles of Utilitarianism, but also demonstrates Mill's particular concern for the essential nature of man's intellect. This paper recognizes the importance of Mill's considerations on a societal level as well as recognizing the personal considerations of each man. Bibliography includes 1 source. Utalitarianism.wps

Deontology vs. Utilitarianism : A 5 page paper that debates the differences between deontology and utilititarianism in terms of human services work and ethics. Bibliography lists 1 source. Deontolo.wps

Utilitarianism : A 5 page paper discussing the relationship between utilitarianism and a specific quote from "Warren Massacre" by Nagel. The line is examined, in detail, and is found to have many qualities that address the issue of utilitarianism. But the line also offers the reader a view into vague associations which possess the possibilities of being associated with other forms of thought as well. It is very much a line which is clearly open to interpretation and opinion. No additional sources cited. Utinag.wps

Mill & Marx / Comparison : This 5 page paper compares John Stuart Mill’s On Liberty essay with The Communist Manifesto written by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Several ideas are explored including each theorist’s view on freedom and individuality. Bibliography lists 2 sources Marxmill.wps

Happiness, Utilitarianism, & the Electronic Reality : This 2 page essay discusses the concept of the increase in happiness being the greatest outcome, according to the utilitarian, for an individual and how that then applies to happiness being obtained through electronic means. How would John Stuart Mill view the idea? Haput.wps

Charles Taylor & The Ethics Of Authenticity : An 8 page paper that provides an overview of Taylor's work. This paper supports Taylor's reflections of the process of the individual within society, especially as he reflects on the issues for an individual within our technologically and bureacratically advanced society. No additional sources cited. Taylorc.wps

The Virtue of Thomas More as Depicted in "A Man For All Seasons" : A 2 page essay on Bolt's "A Man For All Seasons" -- in which the writer marvels at Thomas More's displays of integrity. The conclusion is made that based upon actions depicted in this infamous work, it can indeed be said that More was a characteristically righteous man. No Bibliography. Moreman.wps

The Virtue of Thomas More as Depicted in "Man For All Seasons" # 2 : 3 pages on Sir Thomas More's depiction in "A Man For All Seasons." Some of the primary concerns of this essay deal with More's predicament and moral dilemma. It is argued that he was indeed a man of great virtue who -- under the circumstances -- preserved his integrity. No Bibliography. Moreman2.wps

The Trial Of Sir Thomas More : A 10 page research paper that examines the trial of Sir Thomas More. The writer argues that this trial represents one of the first instances in Western culture where an individual stood up for personal liberty and freedom of religion against the overwhelming authority of the state. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Trialthm.wps

"Wearing Animals" : A 2 page essay arguing against the fur trade and the human use of furs for aesthetic purposes. Author sees moral reasons for cessation as outweighing any economic ones for continuance. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Furs.wps

"Whistle Blowing" & The Responsibility of the Engineer : A 6 page paper examining the special responsibility that engineers have to "rat" on individuals, groups, and agencies who violate enviornmental principles, codes, laws, and/or integrity. Various popular cases are cited to illustrate how genuinely important it is for engineers to act ethically and disclose everything they know. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Engineth.wps

Selected Points Of The American Medical Association’s Code of Conduct : A 3 page paper examining two points of the AMA’s code of ethics. One that recently was discarded is that banning the commercial promotion of medical services by any specific doctor (i.e., advertising). Even without the restriction though, most M.D.’s still choose not to advertise. The other ethical point is that of assisted suicide and some of the reciprocating moves the AMA and Jack Kevorkian have made. Bibliography lists 3 sources. AMA.wps

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