Project #28355 - Gay Marriage

 

The legal recognition of same sex marriage (Gay Marriage)

 

About 10 pages – at least 5 references - must be original, its checked through a system.

 

·         Questions to Address:

 

1.  What is the ethical issue? That is, what is the moral problem or controversy regarding the topic? For example, stem cell research involving the use of supernumerary embryos requires the destruction of the human embryo in order to harvest the embryonic stem cells.

 

 

 

2.  What is the ethical dilemma? An ethical, or moral, dilemma occurs whenever there are moral considerations or reasons supporting opposing courses of action. The initial statement of the ethical dilemma need not identify all the moral considerations on both sides of the issue, but it should state the principle considerations that give rise to the moral conflict.  In the case of stem cell research involving the use of supernumerary embryos the ethical dilemma occurs because embryonic stem cells hold the promise of providing substantial health benefits to others through what is being referred to as “regenerative medicine” but the harvesting of embryonic stem cells involves the destruction, a substantial harm, of a human life form. Subsequent to this initial statement of the ethical dilemma, a complete account of the moral considerations on both sides of the issue should be offered in the discussion.

 

 

 

3.  What are the morally relevant facts and why? That is, what facts…economic, social, scientific, political, medical, etc.—are morally relevant to the discussion and why? For example, among the many facts morally relevant in the case of embryonic stem cell research involving the use of supernumerary embryos, the fact that supernumerary embryos are the “left-over” embryos from the in vitro fertilization process and that those embryos that are over 18 months old are not regarded by health professionals as “safe” for implantation are morally relevant facts. In addition to identifying the morally relevant facts, it is important to explain why they are morally relevant.

 

 

 

4.  What are the overriding moral considerations?  That is, of the many moral considerations involved, which are the overriding moral considerations? Which moral considerations are the most important or weighty? And, again, why are these moral considerations, or reasons, overriding? What makes them so?

 

 

 

5.  What is the “correct” moral solution? Once you have argued for an overriding moral viewpoint, explain how that provides a solution to the moral issue.

 

 

 

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