Another matter that contemporary life might draw into the orbit is or No longer the domain of science fiction, targeted killing is already within developed countries’ capabilities. Always in the

Another matter that contemporary life might draw into the orbit is or No longer the domain of science fiction, targeted killing is already within developed countries’ capabilities.  Always in the vanguard of reality (and ethical thinking), the Star Trek universe foreshadowed humanity’s genius for self-extinction.  The Original Series episode (#23) “A Taste of Armageddon” gives us a sense of how future war can be unbloody yet ‘civilized’ (easily Googled, by the way). Any ethical valuation will certainly refer to the usual Utilitarian vs Deontological perspectives.  But not much has been written and circulated.  An additional light on the subject might be shed by Virtue Ethics (Module 8 in our Canvas postings).  Maybe “ should we do” might be complemented  by “ kind of people should we be?”  If widening the circle of affected persons says something about torture, might the same widening be effective regarding ? Possible questions: Assignment: “Eye in the Sky” (2015). Given the above material and your viewing the movie, [I’m looking for a thoughtful, reflective essay]

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