Argue that your chosen reply either does or doesn’t really succeed in defending Classical Utilitarianism. (This is the most important part of the essay, where you get to state and defend your own evaluation. You can argue that this reply to the objection does, or that it doesn’t succeed in defending the theory, it is up to you. Think about it for yourself, consult the “Help for Essay 1” below) 7. Say what can be concluded from what you have said (Be modest in your conclusion.
Which dimension of the Big Five Model is a measure of reliability? a. Emotional stability b. Agreeableness C. Conscientiousness d. Extroversion 6. Those with a ________ personality identify opportunities, show initiative, take action, and persevere until meaningful change occurs, compared to others who passively react to situations. A. proactive b. high self-monitoring c. type A d. high Mach 7.
Does the essay delve into the subtle nuances and complexities of the varied interpretations of the theories and the principles, and demonstrate their relevance to the issues at stake? ANALYSIS and ARGUMENTATION - Does the essay contain elements arising from the exercise of one own’s judgment and insight? Does the essay show evidence of careful and thoughtful interpretation, and critical evaluation, of competing claims and arguments? Does the essay provide analysis – not just description? Description reports what happened; analysis explores how and why.
Understand the opposite viewpoint of your position and then counter it by providing contrasting evidence or by finding mistakes and inconsistencies in the logic of the opposing argument. Support your position with evidence. Remember that your evidence must
In other words, the good effect must be produced directly by the action, not by the bad effect. Otherwise the agent would be using a bad means to a good end, which is never allowed. (4) The good effect must be sufficiently desirable to compensate for the allowing of the bad effect. In forming this decision many factors must be weighed and compared, with care and prudence proportionate to the importance of the case. Thus, an effect that benefits or harms society generally has more … DOUBLE EFFECT, PRINCIPLE OF The Principle of Double Effect is a rule of conduct frequently used in moral theology to determine when a person may lawfully perform an action from which two effects will follow, one bad and the other good.
I call this view ‘Norm Descriptivism’, and argue that it best explains how judgments about reasons both guide attitudes and can be determined to be true or false via a priori reflective-equilibrium methods. Norm Acceptance and Fitting Attitudes Howard Nye I. Introduction Fitting attitude analyses of ethical concepts seek to analyze them in terms of the fittingness of attitudes like desires and emotions. For instance, A.C. Ewing (1939) may be read as arguing that we can understand judgments that a state of affairs is good as judgments that it is fitting to desire it.1 Similarly, Allan Gibbard (1990) argues that we can analyze judgments that someone has done something morally blameworthy as judgments to the effect that it is fitting for him to feel guilt for what he has done, and fitting for others to feel angry at him for doing it. I think that such fitting attitude analyses [hereafter ‘FA-analyses’] are attractive because they offer us a
It is better to be underrated by people than to be overrated by them. What are your thoughts on the statement above? Do you agree or disagree with the writer’s assertion? Compose an essay in which you express your view on this topic. Your essay may support, refute, or qualify the view expressed in the statement.
The key is to evaluate the information given appropriately to see whether it can be proven factual and unbiased. Veracity is the first criterion, because veracity is seeking the facts. Is the information fact, fiction, or theory? If something is still being tested then the