Does a person with a terminal condition have a right to physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia? (Ethical Question) The written assignment should be written in essay form with the following clearly labeled sections: The paper should be between 1300 and 1500 words utilize three scholarly resources and include a title page and reference page. Part 1: Introduction In this section of the paper you will begin with your ethical question introduce the topic and paper and close with a thesis statement. Place the introduction under the Part 1: Introduction heading. Part 2: Ethical Argument In this section of the paper you will present the strongest argument you can in support of the position you have stated in your introduction. Place this information under the Part 2: Ethical Argument heading. Part 3: Explanation and Defense In this section you will explain and defend your argument by drawing on the moral theory that aligns most closely with the argument you presented in Part 2. This may be the same theory you discussed in your second assignment but it may also be a different theory. Place this section under the Part 3: Explanation and Defense heading. Part 4: Objection and Response In this section of the paper you will present the strongest objection you can to your argument and briefly defend that objection by appealing to a different ethical theory than the one you focused on in Part 3. Place this section under the Part 4: Objection and Response heading. Part 5: Conclusion In this section of the paper provide a summary of what you have done in the paper by briefly describing what you accomplished in each of the above sections. Place this section under the Part 5: Conclusion heading. Resource Requirement You must use at least three scholarly resources only one of which may be the textbook. In other words you must use at least two scholarly resources in addition to the textbook. Acceptable ways of using a source include providing a quotation summary or paraphrase; merely providing a citation especially when it is unclear how or where the text supports your claim is not sufficient. If you need help with finding additional resources or are unsure about whether a particular resource will count toward the requirement please contact your instructor. For sources to count toward the resources requirement they must be cited within the text of your paper and on the reference page. Sources that are listed on the references page but not cited within the paper do not count toward fulfilling the resources requirement. In your paper The Ethical Reasoning Final Paper Introduction Ethical Argument Explanation and Defense Objection and Response Conclusion The ethical question may be the same as your Week 3 written assignment (“Applying an Ethical Theory”) or a revised version of it. The introduction should be revised in a way that reflects your additional thinking on the issue and question. End this section with a thesis statement that states your position on the issue (the answer to the ethical question you believe is strongest) and provides a brief summary of the main ideas you will be presenting in the paper. Please see the assignment guidance for examples of thesis statements. This will be similar to the “supporting reasons” you offered in the first assignment; however this argument should reflect your research into the key ethical issues that need to be identified and addressed the arguments on different sides of this problem and the theories of moral reasoning we have studied in the class (you will discuss the specific details and implications of the moral theories in the next two sections). You can think of this as a summary of the main argument you would give if you were an attorney trying to convince a jury of your position. You must first explain the theory in general terms similar to how you explained a theory in your second assignment including a brief account of the historical background of the theory and the philosopher(s) associated with it and general overview of the core moral ideal or principle of the theory including the way it guides and constrains moral reasoning. You should then clearly show how your argument represents an application of that form of moral reasoning. In other words if the argument you present in Part 2 is utilitarian deontological or virtue-based (teleological) you will want to explain utilitarianism deontology or virtue ethics in general terms then explain how your argument from Part 2 reflects or draws upon the core principles and values of that theory. Please refer to the Week 3 assignment instructions for directions on how to explain and apply the moral theory. Briefly explain the core moral ideal or principle of the theory and how that could be the basis of an objection to your argument. For instance if you explained and defended your own argument by applying the principles of virtue ethics you could raise an objection from the perspective of utilitarianism by briefly explaining the core utilitarian principle and how applying that principle could lead someone to a different conclusion than the one you are defending. Next you should respond to the objection by explaining why it is not strong enough to undermine the main argument in defense of your position. See the assignment guidance for suggestions on how to effectively respond to the objection. Introduce the topic and paper. Provide a thesis statement. Present an argument in support of the position. Defend the argument by explaining and applying the ethical theory that most closely aligns with the argument. Present an objection to the argument by appealing to a different ethical theory. Respond to the objection. Provide a conclusion that describes what was accomplished in each of the sections of the paper. Must be 1300 to 1500 words in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Writing Center’s APA Style (Links to an external site.) resource. Must include a separate title page with the following:Title of paperStudent’s nameCourse name and numberInstructor’s nameDate submittedMust use at least two scholarly sources in addition to the course text (three total)Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Writing Center. Title of paper Student’s name Course name and number Instructor’s name Date submitted Must use at least two scholarly sources in addition to the course text (three total)Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Writing Center. IntroductionEthical ArgumentExplanation and DefenseObjection and ResponseConclusion ‘
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