The work has not been graded but I like the output that was submitted to me. Is it possible for the same prof to do the next assignment I will be submitting? If possible, I will greatly appreciate it.
Eyhical Question =” * Is it morally acceptable for a nation to use drone strikes on suspected terrorists, even when they are citizens of other nations with whom we are not in conflict? “
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 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 first written assignment is a six-part exercise comprised of the following sections:
The assignment should be 500 words, written in form, with six clearly labeled sections as indicated below, and include a title page and reference page.
Part 1: Ethical Question
Before writing , you will need to spend some time thinking about the specific ethical issue you want to focus on throughout this course.
Place the ethical question under the Part 1: Ethical Question heading at the top of the doc.
Part 2: Introduction
In this section of your doc, you should introduce the topic and question at issue by doing the following (not necessarily in this exact order):
The introduction will be the longest section of this assignment and should be at least 300 words in one or two paragraphs. Place the introduction material under the Part 2: Introduction.
Part 3: Position Statement
Your work on the introduction section has likely unearthed various positions one might take on the ethical question you have chosen. In this section, you will formulate a position statement.
Place the position statement under the Part 3: Position Statement heading.
Part 4: Reasons in Support of Your Position
Now that you have articulated a position on the issue, write a short paragraph—just a few sentences—that presents and explains one or two of the strongest reasons in support of your position statement.
Place the supporting reason(s) under the Part 4: Reasons in Support of Your Position heading.
Part 5: Opposing Position Statement
Now that you have provided reasons to support your position statement, in this section you will take a step back from all of that and articulate a statement that expresses an opposing or contrary statement.
Place the opposing position statement under the Part 5: Opposing Position Statement heading.
Part 6: Reasons in Support of the Opposing Position
In this section, write a short paragraph—just a few sentences—that presents and explains one or two of the strongest reasons in support of the opposing position statement.
Place the opposing reasons under the Part 6: Reasons in Support of the Opposing Position heading.
The Ethical Question doc
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