The Concepts Of Lying
Immanuel Kant, German philosopher, said that laying was always morally wrong. To share a rest contradicts the part of oneself that gives them moral well worth. To get a lie takes away someone's free choice to choose other than what they would experienced they known the reality. Both reasons lying down is morally incorrect, relating to Kant, is lying down contradicts the part of me that gives me moral value and resting robs others with their liberty to choose rationally.
The Queen Versuse Dudley And Stephens
In this report, I will be using the sited case - The Queen v. Dudley and Stephens (1884) with reference to the relevant moral philosophies to anlayse what exactly are the possible options that individuals would decide when they are in the same situation as Dudley.
Four English sailors were caught at sea in a tiny lifeboat in the South Atlantic, over a thousand miles from land. They had only two cans of preserved turnips no fresh water. That they had been without food and water for..