In the article titled “The Folly of Capital Punishment”, Jeffrey Reinam concludes that capital punishment is immoral to our society; and thus, should not be legalized. Reinam reasons the death penalty is unjust, inhuman, and goes against the progress of civilization. Reinam’s primary argument and rebuttal to Ernest Van Den Haags deterrence argument, is that the death penalty goes against the advancement of civilization. Reinam explains that throughout history we take steps to "lower tolerance for one's own pain and that suffered by others". Due to the states high visibility, size, and moral authority, it is capable to have an impact on citizens beyond the immediate act it authorizes.
You’ve to find out who has the access to those guns, especially when people are irrational, deranged and so forth. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) stated “the worst thing we can do is create a false sense of security. Graham also states that he’s open o establishing a commission to help members understand what they could logically do to prevent mass murder. Sen. Marco Rubio (R. Fla.) said there were “specific ideas” that could be debated, but he is committed to protect what is a constitutional right. Analysis Republicans don’t agree with the assault weapon bans.
Kendo Lyn Cline 10-07-14 Dre-098 Stand your ground law promotes vigilantism and provides loopholes for murderers. The stand your ground law states that,” A person may use deadly force in self-defense without the duty to retreat when faced with a reasonable perceived threat.” Stand your ground laws should be outlawed nationwide because of inability of understanding regards of the law, inability of writing effective laws, and inability of common individuals to make life and death decisions. Stand your ground laws should be outlawed because of the inability of understanding regards of the law. People seem to not understand what the word threatens really means. A simple fist fight can lead to a person being shot over absolutely nothing.
Josh Mouzer Ethics 25th January 2015 Explain a Utilitarian approach to war pacifism is immoral. Discuss. The principle of utilitarianism is what will cause the most happiness for the majority of people. When a utilitarian approaches the topic of war they will use the hedonic calculus to decide which will result in the most happiness. The general thinking is that if war will result in greater happiness than the current situation then it is fine.
Which is very true people are going to try to do whatever they want without getting caught. So by them making their bad choices by giving a person death for a consequence solves nothing. What also said was ‘because homicidal maniacs kill people by mistake, then it’s supposed to be okay for the state to emulate them” (Smith). In my next article, Capital Punishment Should Be Abolished, facts were pointed out strongly why it should not be approved. Three factors pointed out were “unrelated to the crime itself, greatly influence who gets executed and who does not: poverty, race and geography” (Roleff).
Response Essay Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: Itʼs Murder in the First Degree In the essay, “Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: Itʼs Murder in the First Degree,” Autumn Buzzell claim that active euthanasia is intensely wrong. It is a murder and should not be allowed since it is unnatural and extremely unethical. Moreover it should be against both the law of nation and the law of the heart. Therefore, an unnatural death shouldnʼt be legalized. I am in the same side with Autumn Buzzell that euthanasia is wrong and should be banned.
We should punish the Bush Administration because of the three reasons I am about to tell you. The first reason is the Bush Administration tortured terrorists at Guantanamo Bay. Second reason is that it broke America’s budget. Final reason is it took America to an unnecessary war. I believe the Bush Administration should not have done any of these things because if they had not done this, then we would not be in terrible situation.
Relativism and Morality Tina Passmore SOC 120: Introduction to Ethics and Social Responsibility Professor Scott August 22, 2012 I agree with Lenn Goodman that some things are always morally wrong. (Goodman, 2010) Everybody has their own sense of truth but she states clearly that some behaviors are always wrong no matter what context they are put in. Genocide is wrong because it is killing someone for something you do not like about them. It could be their hair color, speech or religion. You cannot go about killing people you do not like and calling it war.
George Buro 2/14/13 “The Ground Truth” Response War. What we’re told is that it’s justified killing. Is going into a foreign country, killing innocent people, destroying its infrastructure, running its resources dry, and then going on to the next country something you would classify as justifiable? If you have any of a heart in you, the right answer should be no. After watching “The Ground Truth,” one can take a lot away.
Criminals who did genuine crimes should bite the dust and not stay in prison. A few individuals say that slaughtering in any structure is totally off-base. A few individuals concur that murdering isn't right; nonetheless, if one individual kills another, capital punishment is the thing that they merit. To give a criminal the death penalty would console the individuals near the victim it would not happen once more. Likewise it gives them the inclination that the death has been vindicated.