Explain how moral relativism might be applied to voluntary euthanasia (25 marks) Euthanasia is a worldwide ethical issue. Meaning ‘good death’, euthanasia is currently illegal in the UK and so people have to either break the law and face serious consequences or indeed go to a place in Switzerland called Dignitas. In Zurich, it is legal to end a person’s life at a special hospital in which a doctor subscribes a pill that will kill the patient. This is voluntary euthanasia because it involves provision of means and is an opportunity whereby a patient can terminate their own life. There are two main types of moral groups.
Having two kinds of services in one place is like taking advantage of a service package. It saves time and cost for families because parents can take pleasure in playing casino while their children can enjoy in the water park (Pearce and Robinson 2008). Increase revenues due to sales in food and lodging can also be attained. However, getting young people in gambling may arise due to the fact that the water park and the gambling area are just beside each other and it might not be a good influence for young children to be near gambling places like casino. Lastly, the fact that the company has just started to boost its revenues might give them difficulty in sustaining the expenses needed to
Attention Material/Credibility: I still run into people who think that hunting is not environmental. I’d like to make you consider what would happen without any hunters in North America. B. I am sure that some of you think that it is cruel to kill animals by hunting nowadays. C. I am going to show you why hunting is beneficial to the environment and our society. II.
In Matthew Rudy’s “Why Women Putt Worse than Men” he does a really nice job of backing up his claims. Matthew Rudy is a golf journalist who writes for Golf Digest and ESPN. His article mainly focuses on logos and little bit on pathos. He uses real stats that displays his seemingly radical statement and doesn’t get offensive. I love the in-depth examples that he gives in this article because he doesn’t just say that women are worse putters than men, but instead he backs it up with facts that makes his claim truthful.
Taking in the situation and seeing that “Sycamore Pharmaceuticals to come under fire for promoting its popular rheumatoid arthritis drug, Osteoporin, for the treatment of other diseases like Crohn’s disease and lupus”. (Daft, R.L.) John Blake, a worker of Sycamore Pharmaceuticals, is faced with telling the truth to the Food and Drug Administration or to continue to lie for the company. There are many things I would suggest to John Blake and the first thing would to be honest with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) because keeping your morals straight will also look better. It is possible for John to be penalized or he could lose his employment with the company.
Comparative Essay about ducks Another year, another duck season. A few weeks ago, the 2012 Victorian Duck Season began which means that Victorians can shoot ducks in specific areas between the 17th of March and 11th of June. The opening of this season re-sparked a debate between the hunters and the greenies about whether duck shooting in Victoria should be banned or not. In Bill Patterson’s Letter to the Editor, he contends that Duck Shooting should not be banned and protesters are mixing up animal rights with conservation. In Patterson’s opening paragraph, he uses statistics to show the reader that there is a pretty large number of duck hunters in Victoria.
The most contradictory figure of speech used is the phrase “For Brutus is an honorable man” which is repeated many times throughout the text. By saying this, Antony at first seems that he is justifying the crime and showing that it was legitimate. This one sentence however is the key to turning around the crowd because the repeated phrase scales up the sarcasm with each time it is repeated. This one repeated phrase creates the doubt in the people’s minds which will change everything. In order to give reason to his point of view Antony needs to give proof of Caesar’s moderate ambition.
Dear Editor, I would like to respond to Hans Wergin’s letter about abandoned dogs. I strongly disagree with Hans Wergin and feel that his idea of making people register as dog owners is of little value. The government should take other actions for tackling this severe problem. According to SPCA, the stray dog population in Hong Kong is escalating continuously. Dogs will be forced to take euthanasia if they were not adopted for a period of time.
She could have boringly stated that it didn’t make sense for them to call the birds “pink” flamingos instead of just flamingos. It also gives her emotion in this sentence as well. It makes her sound upset, as if people don’t know the actual meaning of the flamingo. During the first paragraph she gives a good example of selfishness. She states “It’s ironic, since Americans had hunted flamingoes to extinction…” She is telling us how selfish the Americans were, hunting the birds to extinction and then using them for tourism.
Ahab showed how futile and useless vengeance is because he was so much interested in revenging Moby dick that he forgot the main purpose of the whaling activity. ”I am game for his crooked jaw, and for the jaws of Death too, Captain Ahab, if it fairly comes in the way of the business we follow; but I came here to hunt whales, not my commander’s vengeance. How many barrels will thy vengeance yield thee even if thou gettest it, Captain Ahab? It will not fetch thee much in our Nantucket market.”(pg.311).The above extract is when Starbuck was complaining about how he wants to hunt whale but not because his commander wants to revenge the whale that took away his leg.in as much as Ahab was warned about what he was about to embark on but he didn’t listen and at the end of the day he ended up losing his life due to the fact that he taught the could beat nature (by trying to kill the whale). He also symbolised wickedness, Ahab had no source of kindness in him especially when he allowed captain Gardiner- “I will not go,’ said the stranger, ‘till you say aye to me.