Interview anyone who has social obligations and commitments of a non-business nature (e.g., anyone who has family, friends, romantic partner(s), civic, or church connections, etc.), summarize his/her ethical principles, and link to biography.

The paper should be about four pages in length (500-750 words). The work is designed as a major essay (Term Paper) which demonstrates the analytic/synthetic and interpretative approach to Ethics. The paper should be based on the class material which should be analyzed comprehensively. Also, it should be based on research which should support ethical issues of the interview. Research must be demonstrated in the paper by providing relevant terms and references. The paper should consist of a short ethical interview based either on a variant A or B. A) Interview anyone who earns money, summarize his/her business practices and beliefs (his/her “business ethics”), and comprehensively comment on it using ethical theories and terms learned in the class. B) Interview anyone who has social obligations and commitments of a non-business nature (e.g., anyone who has family, friends, romantic partner(s), civic, or church connections, etc.), summarize his/her ethical principles, and link to biography. Then, analyze the material philosophically by applying a comprehensive realm of ethical theories, ideas and terms provided by class readings and 6 lectures. Please focus on one specific area only (e.g., “Rules of a Good Doctor/Caregiver,” or “Principles of a Church Member”) chosen either from a variant A or B but not both. All interviews must be organized in a form of an essay. Please apply MLA citation rules to your paper. Critical thinking and originality are required. class discussions and books references. Can be used as cited resources.. . Week 1- Meno by Plato: Introduction 2.Week 2-Meno by Plato: Introduction to Virtue Ethics 3.Week 3- Meno by Plato: Objective Realism and Conclusions 4. Week 4-The Ethics of Care by Noddings, part I-Why Care about Caring? pp. 7-26 5. Week 5- The Ethics of Care by Noddings, part II-An Ethic of Caring, pp. 79-98 6. Week 6- Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals by I. Kant: Introduction: Transition from common rational to philosophic moral cognition. (Section I) 7. Week 7- Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals by I. Kant: Transition from popular moral philosophy to metaphysics of morals. (Section II-a) 8. Week 8- Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals by I. Kant: Transition from popular moral philosophy to metaphysics of morals. (Section II-b) 9. Week 9- Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals by I. Kant: Transition from metaphysics of morals to the critique of pure rational reason. (Section III) 4 10. Week 10- The Classical Utilitarians (ed. J. Troyer): Bentham and Mill (selections.1) 11. Week 11- The Classical Utilitarians: Bentham and Mill (selections.2) 12. Week 12- Selected Political Writings by M. Gandhi (Satyagraha.1)14 13. Week 13-Selected Political Writings by M. Gandhi (Swaraj.2) 14. Week 14-Gandhi and the Idea of Nonviolence (selected online articles.1) 15. Week 15-Gandhi and the Idea of Nonviolence (selected online articles.2)

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