Image transcription textBUBER Concerned with how peoplebehave toward each other Organized ahierarchy of relationships:… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textARISTOTLE A person builds characterby making decisions and taking action.Practical Wisdom: The b… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textPage 16 of 35 ZOOM RAWLS .Socialjustice over market justice .LibertyPrinciple: All people shoul… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textMILL . Utilitarianism: Something is goodwhen it gives the greatest benefit to thegreatest number of peopl… Show more… Show moreImage transcription text- Deontology: Humans have a duty tobase our actions on good intentionstoward others 0 No qualit… Show more… Show moreImage transcription textAQUINAS . Humans have the ability toreason, wonder, and make rationaldecisions Humans can us… Show more… Show moreIssues:Should age be a basis for rationing health care?Should we use humans as research subjects to find new cures, even if the research is physically painful/harmful?Should patients be allowed to buy organs for transplant, and avoid a waiting list?Should physician-assisted suicide be allowed?Should a physician’s office be willing to stop accepting insurers that don’t pay well, even if that means some long-time patients are now out-of-network?Should a physician break patient confidentiality if they have information that the patient’s health status may put others at risk?1.Choose one of the above issues to analyze in a full-page response.2.?dentify two theorists who would disagree with each other about the approach to this issue.3.Compose in which you summarize the perspective of each theorist. Give as many details as you can about each theorist’s belief, and how it applies to the scenario you have chosen.?ote: you should NOT be inserting your own opinion. Instead, you are summarizing the perspective of two opposing theorists.?o not use the pronoun “I.”ScienceHealth Science

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