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The identification of an ethical question process assignment
Applying an Ethical Theory
[WLO: 4] [CLOs: 1, 2, 3, 4]
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This course has three written assignments that build upon one another and are designed to take you step-by-step through a process of writing a paper that identifies an ethical question, examines the context, issues, and arguments surrounding the question, and attempts to defend an answer to that question using strong moral reasoning.
This second written assignment is a four-part exercise comprised of the following sections:
Explanation of the Ethical Theory
Application of the Ethical Theory
For sections (1) and (2) revise and also expand on what you did in the first assignment.
Sections (3) and (4) are new.
The main purpose of this paper is to define the nature and scope of the ethical theory in a way that shows how the core principle(s) of that theory lead to a specific moral conclusion on your ethical question.
The assignment should be 900 to 1,000 words, written in essay form with clearly labeled sections as indicated below, and include a title page and also reference page.
Part 1: Ethical Question
State the ethical question beneath this heading.
This question should be on the same topic as the question presented in the week one assignment, and if necessary, revised based on your instructor’s comments and the additional insight and information you have gained from research on the topic. If you would like to switch topics, you should first consult with your instructor.
Place your ethical question beneath the Part 1: Ethical Question heading.