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The Ethics of Suicide
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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.
Filename: SuicEthi.wps

The Trial Of Sir Thomas More
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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.
Filename: Trailthm.doc

The Virtue of Thomas More as Depicted in 'A Man For All Seasons'
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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.
Filename: Moreman.wps

The Virtue of Thomas More as Depicted in 'Man For All Seasons' # 2
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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.
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The Practical Application of the Theories of Kant and Mill
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Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill are philosophers who addressed the issues of morality in terms of how moral traditions are formed. Kant's theory of categorical imperative states that humanity is of ultimate value and should be regarded as an end in itself. Mill's 'principle of utility' or 'the greatest happiness principle' sought for the systematic coherency of ethical philosophy through the consequences of actions as the consideration determining their morality, presupposed by the acquisition of happiness as opposed to the avoidance of pain. This 6 page paper examines the practical application of the two theories. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: KTpramak.wps


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