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Cultural Relativism in Philosophy
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This 6 page paper explores the issue of cultural relativism in the context of arguments made by Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas. Many examples are provided. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA014Cul.rtf

Aristotle's 'Nicomachean Ethics'
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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.
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HIV Disclosure: Medical Ethics
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A 5 page paper discussing medical ethics in terms of Kant, Aristotle and Mill. The paper examines the responsibility of an HIV-infected surgeon to inform his patients of his condition, and also the responsibility of the HIV-infected patient to disclose medical status. It concludes that while the doctor is under no obligation to discontinue his practice of medicine, he is still responsible for making full disclosure to the patient. Conversely, the HIV-infected patient carries no such obligation, for it is the surgeon's responsibility to discover all facets of his patients' health. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSethHIV.doc

Kant's Moral Law And Mill's Utilitarianism
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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.
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Adultery / A Kantian Perspective
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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.
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