Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities question and need guidance to help me

Learning Goal: I’m working on a humanities question and need guidance to help me learn.Assignment 3 Please read: Clifton Perry, “The Philosopher as Ethics Consultant in a Psychiatric Ward,” pp. 49-57.
2.Kenneth Kipnis, “Ethics Consulting in a Multicultural Setting: Quality Care and the Wounds of Diversity,” pp. 58-64. 3.Muriel Friedman, “Prescribing Viagra: Ethical Issues in Urologic Practice,” pp. 64-71. Also see the PowerPoint on Care Ethics that comes with the assignment. Please answer the following 11 (eleven) questions. Put your answers under each question, and please submit this whole document as a file that I can open with Microsoft Word. ____________________________ Question 1: After reading the Perry article (1), explain what Perry was doing and the background of the case that Perry discusses. Answer 1: ____________________________ Question 2: The patient that Perry discusses decided that he didn’t want to take the lithium anymore. The patient said that he enjoyed being manic. When the patient said this, was he competent or incompetent, and explain why, according to Perry, that’s important to know. Answer 2: ___________________________ Question 3: Referring to Perry’s article, use the utilitarian approach to morality and list as many utilitarian reasons (not Kantian reasons) you can think of to support the view that the patient should take the lithium. Then list as many utilitarian reasons as you can think of to support the view that the patient should not take the lithium. (The utilitarian view looks at all the effects, the good and bad effects, the action will have on everyone affected by each action — to take or not to take the lithium.) Answer 3: __________________________ Question 4: What was the situation with the Jehovah Witness? What was his request, and what was the Kantian reason for respecting this request? Answer 4: _________________________ Question 5: Perry compares the Jehovah Witness to the manic patient. They both denied treatment. In your opinion, are they the same or different situations? Answer 5: ________________________ Question 6: Perry argues that there is a Kantian reason for not allowing the manic to stop taking his medicine. Explain Perry’s Kantian reason. (Compare to what Kant says in one of his 4 examples in the previous assignment that you wrote about.) Answer 6: ________________________ Question 7: In at the Perry article, would you force the manic patient to take the lithium or not? Support your position using Kantian or utilitarian reasons. What view wins out, Kant’s view or utilitarianism? Answer 7: _______________________ Question 8: Reading the Kipnis article, explain the case of the Korean patient. Answer 8: _____________________ Question 9: What would you decide to do in the case of the Korean man that Kipnis describes? Explain your view, including using Kantian and utilitarian ideas. What would you do if it were a white man refusing treatments from all black doctors simply because they were black? When is it right to accommodate a patient’s prejudice against others? Answer 9: ___________________ Question 10: Refer to Cohen’s explanation of Care Ethics on pages 30-34. After reading Friedman’s article, what was the case with the man (page 70) who wanted viagra, and what was Friedman’s care ethics approach to the man’s problem? What do you think of her approach? Question 10: __________________ Question 11: What do you think about Friedman’s views on prescribing viagra? What does she say that you agree with? Explain why you agree. Does she say anything that you disagree with? Explain why you disagree. Answer 11: ________________
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