Case Study Of The Kidney Machine
Utilitarianism is basically defines how a person feels and the consequences of the action.
The kidney machine dilemma is related to the two theoretical frameworks I chosen. Utilitarianism and ethical relativism is related to this because whatever choice i make will impact 10 people and as well as their families. When i make this decision, I 'm think about happiness for two families but I know once I make the right decision their would be a wrong. There will be wrong decision because eight people will die leaving the families feeling pain and sorrow. So it 's kind of a win and lose situation. Taking the steps to make a choice is utilitarianism because my action has a consequence. Ethical Relativism has to do with this issue because being the person I am, I will make the decision based of my morals. Although, deciding on what to do is hard, I can possibility save two lives. The two candidates I chose are Warren, G who is a white male and
American citizen and Laura T. who is a white female and she is