Whether it’s ever morally acceptable to lie

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QUESTIONS:

1. Is it ever morally acceptable to lie? What does Kant say? Do you agree with him? Why or why not?

2. Can you think of any examples of feelings or actions that might be morally right for one person but not for another? What would Aristotle say about this?

3. Do laws prohibiting abortion require pregnant women to act as Good Samaritans? Why or why not? What does Thomson say?

4. What is Speciesism? Why is it wrong according to Singer? What are reasons for thinking this is a kind of unjust discrimination?

SOURCES:

1.

Reading that explains some more of the Good Will stuff that the book does not (IMPORTANT):

Philosophical Ethics: Kant, The Good Will, And Rational Actions

Crash Course teaches Kant and his Categorical Imperative

Kant & Categorical Imperatives: Crash Course Philosophy #35

8bit philosophy: Kant vs Mill

Are Your Actions GOOD? (Kant vs. Mill) – 8-Bit Philosophy

KANT and The Good Will – Philosophy Tube (Important Elaboration)

Beginner’s Guide to Kant’s Moral Philosophy.

2.

Aristotle’s Ancient Greek Virtue Ethics (Links to an external site.)Aristotle's Ancient Greek Virtue Ethics

What is Virtue Ethics? (Philosophical Definition) (Links to an external site.)What is Virtue Ethics? (Philosophical Definition)

Virtue Fem Stuff

Feminism in a nutshell

https://santitafarella.wordpress.com/2016/04/03/feminism-for-beginners/ (Links to an external site.)

Barbie Explains Feminist Theories | Radical, Liberal, Black, etc (Links to an external site.)Barbie Explains Feminist Theories | Radical, Liberal, Black, etc

Philosophers on Evolutionary Psychology

Our Mind is Not a Blank Slate: Evolutionary Psychologists Leda Cosmides & John Tooby (Links to an external site.)

3.

Aboriton Related (the facts)

Science Vs – Episode #19 – Abortion: What You Need To Know – GIMLET Podcast – SCIENCE & MEDICINE (Links to an external site.)Science Vs - Episode #19 - Abortion: What You Need To Know - GIMLET Podcast - SCIENCE & MEDICINE

What’s an abortion?

What Actually Happens When You Have An Abortion? (Links to an external site.)What Actually Happens When You Have An Abortion?

Day after pill

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qx-1VsTrFlk (Links to an external site.)

Conception to birth — visualized | Alexander Tsiaras

Conception to birth — visualized | Alexander Tsiaras (Links to an external site.)Conception to birth -- visualized | Alexander Tsiaras

Prenatal Brain Development (Video):

mammalian Prenatal brain development (Links to an external site.)Prenatal Brain Development

Some numbers

https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2019/mar/07/abortion-late-term-what-pregnancy-stage

4.

Attached Files:

Earthlings Documentary (Links to an external site.)Earthlings Documentary

Stories from the System

Exploitation and predatory pricing drove the transformation of the US beef industry – and created the model for modern agribusiness.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/may/07/the-price-of-plenty-how-beef-changed-america (Links to an external site.)

Undercover at Smithfield Foods (2012 Webby Award Winner) (Links to an external site.)Undercover at Smithfield Foods (2012 Webby Award Winner)

http://videos.humanesociety.org/detail/videos/top-videos/video/5046810373001/undercover-at-smithfield-foods-2012-webby-award-winner?autoStart=true (Links to an external site.)

Where Your Beef Burger Comes From (Links to an external site.)Where Your Beef Burger Comes From

Dominion (2018) – full documentary [Official] (Links to an external site.)Dominion (2018) - full documentary [Official]

Dining on Dogs in Yulin: VICE Reports (Full Length) (Links to an external site.)Dining on Dogs in Yulin: VICE Reports (Full Length)

Inside the slaughterhouse. Undercover investigation in spanish slaughterhouses. (Links to an external site.)Inside the slaughterhouse. Undercover investigation in spanish slaughterhouses.

The Worst Job In New York: Immigrant America (Links to an external site.)The Worst Job In New York: Immigrant America

Why is chicken so cheap? | The Economist (Links to an external site.)Why is chicken so cheap? | The Economist

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/after-undercover-video-exposes-animal-abuse-at-fair-oaks-farms-grocery-store-removes-products/ (Links to an external site.)

Fair Oaks Farms ABUSES animals! | The Ghost Effect [Episode 4] (Links to an external site.)Fair Oaks Farms ABUSES animals! | The Ghost Effect [Episode 4]

Secret footage reveals animal abuse on English and Scottish sheep farms (Links to an external site.)Secret footage reveals animal abuse on English and Scottish sheep farms

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