Moral Issues

You must answer the following:   1) Watch “The Rise and Reign of Jeff Bezos” (link provided in the amended reading/presentation list – the YouTube video posted in lieu of two live zoom lectures). Using concepts/arguments from any article/presentation covered in the course, critically analyze three aspects of/arguments raised within the documentary. Critical analysis entails connecting concepts clearly to aspects of the documentary and raising objections, counter-objections, and attempts at responses to issues/arguments raised within the documentary.   Answer one of the following:   2a) With reference to “Do CEOs Get Paid Too Much?”, (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.   2b) With reference to “The Morality of Whistle-Blowing: A Commentary on Richard T. De George,” (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.   2c) With reference to “Discrimination, Harassment, and the Glass Ceiling: Women Executives as Change Agents,” (i) reformulate the piece into premises and a conclusion. (ii) Elaborate two counter-objections not anticipated/mentioned/covered in the piece itself. (iii) Anticipate two counter-objections to each of the counter-objections you raise in (ii) and, (iv), attempt to then defend the counter-objections raised in (ii) from objections raised in (iii) without merely restating the arguments of (ii) or arguments from the piece itself.   *Though there are only two test questions, imagine that the test is to be written over one hour and fifteen minutes in class, on a computer. Also imagine that you will have had more than one week with the test questions and can bring in notes to write over an hour and fifteen minutes. Use this hypothetical scenario to judge how much you could write and how good the content should be. There is no minimum or maximum number of pages that this test should be. REMEMBER TO ANSWER ALL PARTS OF EACH “QUESTION” AND USE MY SUB-NUMBERING SYSTEM WITHIN YOUR SUBMITTED TEST TO ENSURE THAT YOU HAVE ANSWERED ALL PARTS OF THE “QUESTION” AND SO THAT I CAN CLEARLY SEE THAT YOU HAVE ATTEMPTED ALL PARTS OF THE QUESTION. (Actually submit a test that reads for, say, question 2a…. 2a) (i) such and such. (ii) such and such. (iii) such and such… etc

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