Contemporary virtue theory holds that criteria of ethical goodness are internal and different across societies, and therefore reject the concept of a single norm applied to all human beings. Supporters of this theory argue that there is no compatibility between basing the theory on virtues and defending the singleness of human good. If virtues differ through cultures, how can Aristotle argue that there is common human goodness? This argument deems the Aristotelian approach useless when proposing ideas of ethical progress, a conclusion quite
This is important as he completely opposed the justification of military necessity by the government and military using concrete evidence of the government itself attempted to destroy files rather than merely evaluating specific cases which could not give a whole picture of the whole problem as it could be argued as outliers；which makes it irrefutable as it is undeniable that the government had misconducted , giving value to the argument that the degree posed by Japanese-American was not equivalent as there are no concrete evidence of Japanese-Americans being disloyal. However the purpose and content of the source is limited for historian studying the Japanese Internment Camps as it mostly circulates around the justification of Military Necessity; thus had mainly used evidence of false accusation of Japanese-Americans being disloyal and how government files had
Furthermore, it will show that Hardin’s own solution is not a viable option either. It is not within the scope of this paper to offer a solution, but to show that our current leading moral theoretical approaches are inadequate to deal poverty and hunger on a global scale and that a new moral approach is needed.
Although, Christopher never specifies having a disorder. It is wrong for the cover of the book to identify him as autistic, because Christopher does not represent autism as a whole. It is ok for writers to use their imagination and creativity, but it is not acceptable to label the book about a sensitive topic that the author has not done research
He blatantly opposed war and argued that if a dispute should occur, war is not an option for a solution. King believed that war accomplishes nothing, that it is not as useful as many presume it to be (Lucks, 91). As can be seen throughout history, even to this day war does not solve problems, it only creates them. There have been wars in the past that were believed to end all wars, but as history shows, that belief was truly unsubstantiated. King thought that nonviolence is the answer to conflict.
Since simplistic duality means there is no in between for any subject matter, in Beowulf’s eyes, Grendel can only be evil and not a mixture of both. This ultimately leads to Grendel’s demise. His simplistic duality view of everything and everyone also inhibits him from feeling compassion for anyone, especially Grendel. Seeing in only black and white limits a person from seeing through the lenses of compassion and equality. The Beowulf in the epic does not reflect the same cultural values that we have
Mohandas K. Gandhi is a world renowned spiritual and religious leader from India during its Independence movement. His study of philosophy of Satyagraha inspired his civil rights movement and freedom for all around the world (Non-violent Resistance Summary and Study Guide Description). Like Thoreau and Mandela, he focused on finding a way to combat injustice. He states in On Nonviolent Resistance, “No clapping is possible without two hands to do it.” insinuating that you cannot have a government if people refuse to live by it. Both Emerson and Gandhi were opposed to the arbitrary laws being enforced when it comes down to what is just and what is unjust.
Hume’s have stated that Aquinas’s design argument should not be based on religion and the intelligent designer lacks the intellectual capability to design a complex universe. These two objections lacks validity and is very subjective. Hume’s provides no reliable source to prove his claim. Aquinas’s presents a valid argument that the world is governed by God. First, he used philosophical reasoning suggesting that everything in the universe operate and moves for an end.
The righteousness of the cause and action never can be justified as having valuable information and seeking refuges is not a sign of patriotism and if his theory was genuine he would remain in the country and faced the consequences . Apparently, if any nation’s secret information is stolen and they don’t have any reason to trust the accused person and the way he reached to disclose is ambiguous
Being unable to access both of their articles individually, one could look at Surratt’s brief view into Rosenthal’s critique of the novel and support it. After all, it is Elder and Theodore Wieland’s isolation in their beliefs that results in their respective downfalls. Watts’ analysis of Brown critiquing Elder Wieland’s sectarianism is also valid, as it is his conviction to a peculiar sect of Christianity that leads him to his doom, but the novel does not support a critique of orthodox Christianity, so I can’t say I’d agree with his article in its
This argument is dubious at best. But this much is clear: guns do nothing to help universities attain the kind of safety they desire and need -- the safety that enables intellectual and political exploration. Guns by their very nature dampen speech -- they chasten it. Colleges simply cannot tolerate