You will write a (4-7 pages double-spaced) persuasive/argumentative essay. A persuasive/argumentative essay uses reason to show that one idea is more legitimate than another idea. It attempts to persuade a reader to adopt a certain point of view or to take a particular action. This type of essay must present theory, evidence, facts, or examples, in order to defend one’s claims. You are required to use data you have gathered from your readings.
ESSAY QUESTION: You are an attorney arguing a case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court that could determine the outcome of the use of capital punishment in the U.S. Your argument is simple; you must be for or against capital punishment. Your job is to explain Kant's theory, Ethics of Care, and a Feminist perspective on capital punishment. You must define, explain, and give examples of Kant's theory, Ethics of Care theory, and Feminist perspective and discuss how these theories relate to your argument. Be sure to define and give examples of each ethical theory and compare and contrast the theories to one another. You will be graded on your ability to connect the required readings from class to your argument. Please provide concrete examples to defend your claims.
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In America, the morality of the capital punishment has been a heated debate over the past few decades since its reinstatement in 1976. The debate begets two major subscriptions from the critics and pros. Both the subscribers to the debate base their rationality on the morality of the actions in relevance to the actions of the offender. In a surface discussion, and following the rule of law and the definition of justice, it is viable to implement capital punishment to individuals who commit extreme criminal behavior leading to losing of life without any justifiable reason. However, in an in-depth examination, the capital punishment fails to meet the core objectives of the criminal justice systems, which are rehabilitation and reformations. Notwithstanding the elimination of the extreme criminals, the system that promotes capital punishment ignores the social response to the judgments, which shapes the trend in future criminal behavior. As such, this article argues that, despite the need to contain extremists in our society, capital punishment does not offer the necessary solutions and thus unjustifiable from multiple perspectives analysis....
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