a) Casually responsible for an event; this is where a person is involved indirectly to the experiences or sufferings of another person(s) without knowing that anything of the sort could happen. For example, the parents are responsible for providing moral guidance to their children. However, when children make mistakes the society passes the blame to parents, meaning that parents have not been taking preventive measures to stop their children from committing undesirable behavior.
b) Morally responsible for an event; this is where a person directly contributes to the experiences of another person(s) by doing an action that he or she knew would lead to those experiences or sufferings. For example, a drunk driver causes …show more content…
This argument is not valid and hence unsound. The first two premises are not in agreement with the third premise. The first two are in agreement with heterosexual marriages but the third argument is a contradiction of the first two.
Arguments against same-sex marriage concentrate on four themes:
Same-sex marriage is contrary to custom, tradition, or nature; according to ethics, people in the society have not accepted the marriage of the same sex. It is a distortion of the true meaning or essence of marriage; from the beginning of creation people know that heterosexual is the acceptable type of marriage in the society. It is wrong because homosexuality is wrong; and the consequences of allowing same-sex marriage would be dangerous or harmful. There are certain risks that are being associated with the homosexuality and lesbianism health wise.
Proponents generally argue