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  • Ones Life
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    When turning on the television, radio, or simply reading the local newspaper, one is overwhelmed with news of arrests, murders, homicides, serial killers, and other serious crimes. It is rare not to go through a day in this world and not hear of these things. Still, some government officials in our country seem a bit uncertain about what steps to take in order to minimize the actions of serious or potential offenders. Not only is it committing a crime, but also today, it is ending ones life, eit...
  • Wrong And Fulfillment Of One's Obligations
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    Analysis of Crito The question is raised within the dialogue between Socrates and Crito concerning civil disobedience. Crito has the desire, the means, and many compelling reasons with which he tries to convince the condemned to acquiesce in the plan to avoid his imminent death. Though Crito's temptation is imposing, its in accord with reason and fidelity that Socrates chooses to fulfill his obligation to the state, even to death. Before addressing Crito's claims which exhort Socrates to leave t...
  • Immoral Behavior Defies The Will Of God
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    Moral Theories A. Morality comes from God. Therefore, moral behavior is that behavior that conforms to the will of God. Immoral behavior defies the will of God. The will of God is correctly interpreted by the Church. Rating: 6. I was feeling this one, until the last sentence. There are so many denominations, and the reason is that they disagree with one another. Many religions interpret what the will of God is differently, not to mention incorrectly. I do believe that a big part of morality come...
  • Theories Of Ethics And Morality
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    The question of Morality and what it means: Throughout the recorded history of man, there has been a series of questions continually asked by each generation. Who are we Where are we going Why Is there a God Are just a few of the questions that continue to engage the minds of so many today. But perhaps the most difficult one to really grasp has to do with the theories of ethics and morality, or in layman's terms, What is good and bad, and how do we live our lives to uphold the good while shunnin...
  • Presence Of One's Conscience And The Act
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    "Conscience created or innate" To what extent do you think you are dictated by your surroundings and your up-bringing Do you claim your opinions to be your own Do you trust your logic and your conscience These are questions that are seldom asked by ourselves or by others. In fact, these kinds of questions could almost be considered taboo. It seems to be generally accepted that one can trust oneself, one's authority, and one's conscience. Upon these premises we seem to build up everything else. W...

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