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Week Six notes

by: Sydney Purpora

Week Six notes PHIL 120

Sydney Purpora
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Ethical Reasoning
Kristin Schaupp

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Ethical Reasoning
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sydney Purpora on Sunday October 18, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHIL 120 at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire taught by Kristin Schaupp in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 31 views. For similar materials see Ethical Reasoning in PHIL-Philosophy at University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire.


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Date Created: 10/18/15
Philosophy 120 Class Discussion 0 One claimarticle you found surprising or puzzling Restleisure why Social security right vs privilege Freedom to leaveretum to own country No torture is it hypocritical if most do it Marriage rights not consent I Followed everywhere Right to recognition as a person before the law Article 30 purpose Equal pay work Marriage heterosexual or also same sex Asylum I First part why this formal I Second part wordy O Nationality 0 Social Security 0 What is meant by this term I Government provisions of services 00000 00000 0 Economic social cultural rights I International cooperation 0 Government 0 Tools Resources 0 Provision of basic needs 0 Shouldn t impede 0 Purpose 0 Full development of personality I Shouldn t go bankrupt attempting to provide for everyone it is dependent on the states economic social and cultural standing 0 Asylum persecution 0 Exception includes crimes against other people not against government What would a relativist an a nonrelativist say about the UN Declaration I Nonrelativist 0 Sets clear morals I Everyone all people universal 0 Relativist 0 Would not agree with this declaration but would understand that these are what those people involved believe so if they believe it is right then it is right 0 Could not agree with any article in the declaration


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