Return to the topic you chose in the week three assignment. Articulate a specific dilemma in a situation faced by a particular person based on that topic. The situation can be real or fictional.
- Summarize the dilemma.
- Define any needed key terms associated with the dilemma.
- Analyze the conflicts or controversies involved in the dilemma.
Revise and rewrite based on any feedback you received in your previous draft (week three). Reference and discuss any professional code of ethics relevant to your topic such as the AMA code for doctors, the ANA code for nurses, etc. State whether and how your chosen topic involves any conflicts between professional and familial duties or conflicts between loyalty to self and loyalty to a community or nation.
What in your view is the most moral thing for that person to do in that dilemma? Why is that the most moral thing? Use moral values and logical reasoning to justify your answer
Next, apply the following:
- Aristotle’s Golden Mean to the dilemma
- Utilitarianism to the dilemma
- Natural Law ethics to the dilemma
Which of those three theories works best ethically speaking? Why that one?
Why do the other two not work or not work as well?
Is it the same as what you said is the most moral thing earlier? Why or why not?
Use the 5 articles from your annotated bibliography to support your answers. (Additional academic scholarly research from the past 5 years can be included as well.)
Include a reference page at the end of your paper in APA format that includes your bibliography with the annotations removed and any other sources used in your final paper.
Writing Requirements (APA format)
- Length: 4-5 pages (not including title page or references page)
- 1-inch margins
- Double spaced
- 12-point Times New Roman font
- Title page
- References page (minimum of 5 scholarly sources)
Week 7 Assignment: Course Project Milestone – Final Paper
Medicine is the art or practice of relieving suffering, healing, and lengthening of life. The ability to health, prolong life and ease suffering reduces as life approaches its inevitable end. This phenomenon has led to the rise of practices such as physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia, which are embedded on the principles of patient’s autonomy and the role of physicians (Shibata, 2017). Proponents of the two practices argue that they can be humane and merciful in relieving the individual’s suffering and respecting their will. Such supporters do not find it necessary for a person to live out the remaining life in extreme pain and anguish. On the other hand, opponents claim that there is no justification for ending another person’s life(Shibata, 2017). As such, they find the practice to be inherently unacceptable. Herein, I will explore the conflicts in and around euthanasia and also assess the morality of the practice through utilitarianism, natural law, and Aristotle’s mean principle.
Summary of the Issue
The United States has been debating on whether or not to legalize euthanasia since the 1900s. The controversial subject has been a significant cause of the divide among policymakers, healthcare professionals, and the public. In the 1980s, the issue was once again highlighted following the acts of Jacob Kevorkian(Dugdale, Lerner, & Callahan, 2019). …Click link below to purchase full tutorial at $10