According to John Arthur, a reasonable moral code would require us to:
Give money to famine relief when there is no significant reduction in our own happiness, or the happiness of our family.
Give food to our own children first, because they have a negative right to such care.
Give only what we truly desire to give to those who are suffering from famine.
Ignore entitlements and focus only on the consequences of our actions.
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Uther Pendragons willingness to give his son Arthur to Merlin in exchange for spending just one night with Igraine reflects the idea of courtly love chivalry "contemptu mundi" NoNE OF THE ABOVE This confuses me, I don't understand
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I have to write 10 statements on the pros of dress code. I have 5 for con so far: 1. freedom of expression 2. waste of money 3. dress code can give you meaningless detentions 4. limited choices on what to wear. 5. being different
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