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Question1 The right to privacy is not expressly provided in the United States Constitution the same is guaranteed in several constitutional amendments such as the 14th amendment. However the major right that overrides the right to privacy is the right to security. According to the example of the society it’s when people debate to support certain topics such gay marriages abortion or capital punishment. The difference in the two is that the former aims at discouraging unethical behavior in the society while the later encourages unethical behavior in the society. [...]

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Answering this questions with 125 words 1- The U.S. Constitution does not mention (let alone, guarantee ) its citizens' right to privacy. Nevertheless, many Americans consider privacy a basic human right. How would you defend this concept? What rights override the right to privacy? When? 2-Recall you rating of Ethics Inventory Statement 33: " Justice consists of treating everybody exactly the same." In what kinds of situation, if any, would justice demand treating people differently? 3-For Aristotle, virtues are those strengths of character that promote human flourishing. But exactly what is human flourishing? Address yourself both to the substantive and the epistemological issues that this question raises. Can you give an example of someone who is clearly no flourishing? Are there many different legitimate in knowing whether someone flourishing" If so, how do you deal with these difficulties? 4-Statement 42 and 43 concern the relationship between emotions and rules in the moral life. Have your ratings of there two statement (42: EMOTIONS HAVE NO PLACE IN MORALITY) and 43: Morality is primarily a matter of following the rules') change all? In what ways? What accounts for the change? 5-Recall your rating of Statement 48: " Moral disagreement is a good thing in society." a. Has your rating of this item changed, are your reasons for the rating any different now from when you first responded to this statement? b.Give an example of a moral disagreement that proves to be a good thing for society. GIve an example of one that was harmful to society. What accounts for the difference between the two outcomes?

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