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Do some research on one of the Eastern systems and then compare it to either Aristotle’s virtue theory or Aquinas’ Natural Law Theory in terms of which seems more reasonable. Which seems more coherent and able to be followed and which might help a person formulate a plan that would produce more morally acceptable behavior.
Do some research into Rand’s rational egoism and then either defend her theory as a reasonable way to make moral judgments or argue that her way of thinking about morality is untenable. Pick a situation like charity, community service or government assistance (Welfare) and, after providing what you feel would be her attituded toward the action, discuss if you feel she is morally right.
Some people promote the idea that humans should have the right to die with dignity (see https://www.deathwithdignity.org/ ). Several states have legalized physician-assisted suicide (PAS). However, others may argue that a doctor prescribing a deadly prescription violates that doctor’s Hippocratic Oath or claim that suicide by any means is immoral. Doing research and taking into consideration the actual laws concerning when and how a confirmed terminal patient would be able to request PAS, make an argument that it is or is not a moral action. Also see if you can find Kant’s famous argument on the immorality of suicide. Does he have a point or are there just some times when the morally right thing to do is to allow a person to end his or her suffering?
Abortion is always a sticky subject. Taking the notions of care ethics and relationships in moral matters into consideration, present a researched argument that there are times when having an abortion is the morally right thing to do.