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Please choose one of these questions total to turn in for your Guided Reading Qu
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Please choose one of these questions total to turn in for your Guided Reading Qu
Please choose one of these questions total to turn in for your Guided Reading Question Assignment. Your guided reading questions should be typed up and submitted by clicking on this title.. Your response should be 8-10 sentences long (if it's longer that is fine and it should integrate at least 1 quotes from the assigned reading in MLA format. Please see the rubric for this assignment listed under the Rubrics Tab. - Please conclude your response with a question at the end about the topic (religion, concept, you are discussing, etc.). p.382-394 Doing Ethics 1. What does it mean for something to have a moral status and moral considerability (384)? 2. What is anthropocentrism? How have the theories we have examined so far been anthropocentric (384)? 3. What are zoocentrism, biocentrism, species egalitarianism and species non-egalitarianism (384-385)? What is ecological holism (434)? 4. What is ecofeminism (388)? p.338-349 in Doing Ethics 1. What does the term "animal rights" mean? How are there variations on this term (340-341)? 2. How has the claim that "animals have no no moral standing because they do not have the same kind of strong family relationships that humans have" been undermined by science (341)? 3. What is speciesism (376)? How does Singer argue against speciesism (344)? "Puppies, Pigs, and People: Eating Meat and Marginal Cases" PDF 1. How does Fred act immorally? What is it about his behavior that is immoral (286-289)? 2. What is Norcross's response to the counterargument that eating meat from factory farms is morally different from what Fred did (289-291)? 3. What is the Doctrine of Double Effect and how does the author argue against this doctrine (292-293)? 4. Please explain the "argument from the marginal cases". How does the author respond to this argument (294-298)? 5. What is the difference between being a moral agent and a moral patient (298-300)? How are nonhuman animals moral patients for Norcross? Rubric: Rubric: Score Description 15-14 (A) ▪ Responses are thorough and analyze the content or question asked. ▪ They make connections to the course content and/or other experiences through integrating textual references from the assigned reading (quotes from the text that are relevant to the point being made and explained in one’s own words and properly cited in MLA format). ▪ Responses are posted by the due date and fulfill the length requirements. ▪ Response asks a thorough question about the topic, concepts, ethics. 13-12 (B) ▪ Responses are generally thorough and mostly analyze the content or question asked. ▪ They make connections to the course content and/or other experiences through integrating textual references from the assigned reading (quotes from the text) that are sometimes relevant to the point being made and mainly explained in one's own words and properly cited in MLA formal. ▪ Responses are posted by the due date and fulfill the length requirements. ▪ Response asks a question about the topic, concepts, ethics but it is a bit unclear. 11 (C) ▪ Responses are not always thorough and do not clearly analyze the content or question asked. ▪ They make connections to the course content and/or other experiences, but they don’t always integrate textual references from the assigned reading and the quotes are not explained clearly. MLA format is not consistently followed. ▪ Responses posted by the due date and fulfill the length requirements. ▪ Response fails to ask a question at the end. 10-9 (D) ▪ Responses are not thorough and do not really analyze the content or question asked. They make a few connections to the course content and/or other experiences, but textual references are either not integrated or improperly integrated. MLA format is not followed. ▪. Response does not fulfill the length requirements. Below 9 (F) Responses are extremely vague and does not analyze the content or question asked. Connections are not made to the course content and/or other experiences and there are no textual references. MLA format is not followed. Response does not fulfill the length requirements.

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