Marilyn Case Study

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Interstellar Regulations: Any stowaway discovered in an EDS shall be jettisoned immediately following discovery. TP, p. 25 One may ask, how could a EDS pilot not detect a beautiful youthful girl entering his cruiser? Marilyn, an innocent eighteen year old with sky blue eyes in those mesmerizing vegan gypsy sandals. Marilyn appeared to innocently ponder on a EDS that seemed solid and safe like the Earth. Unknowingly, she was only an innocent stoway that would eventually be executed and sacrificed by an unbenounced EDS pilot named Barton that was commissioned to send fever serum to six individuals suffering in Group One. As a stranger, he may appear to come across “insensitive” due to his role to intentionally being accustomed to leading one …show more content…
Reasonably, is it true that Marilyn 's hours were to last for eternity? Would it be reasonable to say those supposive three undetermined hours were to finish a project? Is quantity a better deciding factor than quality? The amount of time is not greater than the amount of lives being saved according to utilitariasm. Knowingly, Marilyn 's right should be evaluated depending on how strong her right is and whom it 's actually benefitting. Marilyn 's sacrifice of rights are small and big rights are rather difficult to prove. There is also the notion that an utiliarian could identify that no one is permitted to do harm so good can come and intentional harm is to forcely commit an action. Although this is true, Marilyn being sacrificed is not being denied but enhanced for the correct thing to do in a given circumstance. Simply, Barton could intentionally jettison Marilyn and everyone else dies from the germs, or he allows Marilyn to live a couple more hours, the cruiser crashes leaving Barton blameless and the six others “unintentionally” die. As a result, there is nothing that could possibly change Marilyn 's fate as it supports the greater utility between the two

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