Project #16617 - needing help

Assignment 1

 

1. Find a case where DNA was used to either convict or exonerate an individual accused of a crime and briefly summarize the case

2.Choose a type of evidence containing bodily fluid and describe how to properly collect and package the evidence

 

 In the attached document, please fill out the table on blood types and antibodies/antigens, and fill out a diagram of a DNA strand, labeling the different components.

Short 200 word essay on DNA: Explain the process of PCR. The essay should be APA format, Times New Roman 12 point font with 1" page margins and references..

 

 

Assignment 2

 

Pick the film "Gone Baby Gone" or "Sleepers". Judge (moral or immoral) the main action (ONE single main action) of the film . Support your position by using Kant's moral philosophy. The essay should be 500 words minimum and done in MLA format. 

Not applying Deontology results in an automatic F.

 

 Immanuel Kant developed a moral theory that is still very influential today.  Anyone who accepts Kant's moral theory rejects the view that a person's actions are good or bad based solely on the consequences of those actions.  Instead, Kantians emphasize that a person is praised or blamed for theiractions based on the intentions with which they act.  In other words, the person's motives are the major factor in determining whether that action is moral.  According to Kantians, actions done in accordance with the categorical imperative are moral actions (and the person who performs such actions is a moral person).  This imperative makes moral judgments similar to scientific ones because the proper behavior is supposed to be objectively recognizable through the use of reason.  Kant's theory also emphasizes the importance of duty.

 

Nature of the concept

 

1.  The first premise is that a person acts morally if his or her conduct would, without condition, be the "right" conduct for any person in similar circumstances (the "First Maxim").

 

2.  The second premise is that conduct is "right" if it treats others as ends in themselves and not as means to an end (the "Second Maxim").

 

3.  The conclusion is that a person acts morally when he or she acts as if his or her conduct was establishing a universal law governing others in similar circumstances (the "Third Maxim").

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/14/2013 12:00 am
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