lifeboat ethics analysis

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Psychology

 

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Dana S

 

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November 23, 2011

 

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University

 

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Metaphorically, the fifty people in the lifeboat resemble the rich countries and the others swimming in the water are the poor countries. At first Hardin’s ethics seem rude and selfish, but as you continue reading he makes it clear this may be the only way to save our world and have it become a better place...
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Hardin continues his piece explaining why rich countries should not help poorer countries that are in need. Tough love is the motto Hardin portrays in his essay. He believes a poor country that needs support needs to learn the hard way, even if that means losing resources or people. The ethics he reveals have good reasoning...
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