Select a topic related to one of the following current medical ethics issues:
End of Life
Eugenics and Human Genetics
Organ Donation and Transplantation
Public Health Issues
Access to Health Care
In a Word document, state your medical ethics issue (for instance, if you choose to write about End of Life, the medical issue might be physician-assisted suicide), and write a paragraph explaining why you have chosen this medical ethics issue to research.
expresses that someone who thinks of suicide may feel as if they are of no value to this earth but someone who loves them would see them as valuable. He compared that example to that of a foetus since “a foetuses future can be valuable to it in the same way.”, since a foetus can’t acknowledge its own importance but it’s parent could deem it important, therefore countering the argument that foetuses have someone that values them in that same sense. The last premise that Marquis states is the fatality of contraception. He explains that contraception is due to the loss of many sperm cells that have the ability to reach into the egg creating a foetus. In the beginning of this premise, he states that people probably believe that contraception isn’t necessarily killing the foetus since it has never been developed. He also explains that “The ethics of killing in this essay would entail that contraception is wrong only if something were denied a human future of value by contraception.” Which is mainly why people use contraception; to prevent the reality of a baby. In this premise, Marquis believes that contraception is the cause of the fatality of many possible foetus cells from becoming. Considering all of these premises, Marquis concludes his argument that “Finally, this analysis can be viewed as resolving a standard problem-indeed, the standard problem-concerning the ethics of abortion. Clearly, it is wrong to kill adult human beings. Clearly is it not wrong to end the life of some arbitrarily chosen single human cell.” Marquis expresses in his conclusion that many people believe that since foetuses aren’t human beings, their liabilities are non existent. Comparing both arguments, they both cover the topic of abortion and how people view it, where both arguments seem to be oppose abortion. In Noonan’s argument, he bases his premises and conclusion solely on the distinctions and difficulties and faults of anti-abortion within the population and what people often believe to be true. His conclusion states that if many people believe solely that foetuses don’t have have the same physical characteristics as humans do, then it could ruin the idea of humanity. Marquis on the other hand, has a more emotional standpoint where he expresses the faults and statements of people who believe that abortion is the answers in which he concludes directly that Abortion is wrong. So comparing these two arguments, we can clearly see that Noonan’s argument is solely based on the faults of anti-abortion and why people believe in it; whereas Marquis’s argument is solely based on the faults of abortion and why he believes in it. When it comes to inductive vs deductive arguments, Noonan’s argument is an inductive argument because his conclusion states that “If humanity depends on social recognition, individuals may be dehum>GET ANSWER