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    T-shirts for $25.00 and all of the money went to United Way and collected food in their Mid-West shows (Newman,1997). Kiss is more popular for their merchandise like T-shirts, posters, buttons, home decorations, lunch boxes, school supplies, credit cards, action figures, and a ton more (Lowe, 2002). They are also popular by their visual shows, costumes, their makeup, fog machines, light shows, smoking guitars, and fire breathing (Phillips & Cogan, 2015). Kiss also has M&Ms, phone cases, dart boards, pool cues, helmets, bingo games, fragrance, and even a Coffeehouse (Waddell, 2009). Eric Carr got very sick while in band. Eric Carr began spitting up blood after the Hot in the Shade tour in 1990. Eric Carr ended up having emergency surgery because his heart had cancer on it. Eric Carr was still really weak, so he couldn’t play the drums after he was feeling better. Two days after the MTV Music Video Awards, Eric Carr found out he had a brain hemorrhage. He later recovered from that and got another one and died on November 24, 1991. The last song he ever wrote was “God Save Rock and Roll to You II”, and his lost was terrible especially to the band and the fans (Weintraub, 2009). Kiss was a very persistent group through their years after Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley set up the group. Kiss had a bunch of members who quit and got replaced, but still had the same legacy as before. From all of the beginning to the very end, Kiss had a lot of people as their fans and there are…

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    Hyde Alternate Ending

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    Scene It was 1976, the punk scene, when a rebellious teenager practically living in his best friend's basement was listening to the sex pistols on his vintage record player. His name was Steven Hyde, a brutally honest and down to earth, radical dude. As the last note from johnny rotten's mouth is growled out, “I wanna be anarchy”, Eric walks in. “Hey man”, says Hyde. Eric asked how's it hanging as he looks into hyde's tinted shades. “Its pretty chill I guess”. “ So, the gang is gonna go…

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    Every day, we as humans, face tasks that we must come to a decision on whether we are going to do what is morally right, or for the better for the greatest amount of people. Utilitarianism is the action that is best, which procures the greatest happiness for the greatest numbers (100). This may be helpful for short term tasks and requirements, but in the long run always choosing the action that benefits everyone would ultimately hold people back. I will discuss both sides to utilitarianism, how…

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    Why Is Whaling Wrong

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    Utilitarianism is an attractive concept because you are always trying to increase the net pleasure of the world depending on that specific consequence rather than going around with a set of morals that might not be appropriately applicable to every situation. Regarding whaling, if the net pleasure coming from the harvested whale outweighs the net pain in terms of the whale then whaling should be permitted, albeit regulated. In keeping accordance with Singer, the pain and pleasure points of the…

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    The utilitarianism and deontological ethical theories can be used to explain the solution to the ethical dilemma of pushing sales versus demeaning the body image of a consumer. The utilitarianism theory posits that the greater good is the only concern and that the right course of action would lead to the least amount of pain or the greatest pleasure. As such, the theory takes into account the majority instead of the minority. Most advertisements and promotions get considerable share of…

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    Utilitarianism is an ethical theory that gauges the worth of actions by their ends and consequences. Utilitarianism, claims that a person should act in the way that produces the greatest amount of good over evil, and should consider everyone that would be affected by the action (Skelton,2017). In other words, the ethically “correct” action is the one that causes the most pleasure and the least pain for the greatest amount of people. This theory demands that all choices be considered based on the…

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    Utilitarianism is considered as one of the most prominent philosophical concepts. This model's core perspective emphasizes that actions are ethically acceptable or unacceptable depending on their consequences. Based on this understanding, it can be argued that utilitarians hold that the goal of morality is to improve life by enhancing some favorable things such as happiness in the world while minimizing undesirable aspects such as grief (Urmson, 33). Consequently, the core objective of this…

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    Moral Theory Of Utilitarianism. The moral theory of Utilitarianism is defined as to be that an action is only good only if it brings happiness to others. There are three sub principles that define the theory of Utilitarianism, Principle one talks about how consequences are all that matter in a situation or an action, that the final outcome/ results are those that matter. The second principle states that happiness is the only thing that matters and that we seek for pleasure more often and we…

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    During the late 18th century, Jeremy Bentham conceived the idea that human actions are driven by the amount of pleasure one may feel by completing the action. Known as utilitarianism, it states that pleasure is the main motivational force of all actions. Ideally, a morally good action would yield an optimal amount of pleasure for the most amount of people. Bentham stated that pleasure is a product of good actions, and that the value of an action is based off of how much total pleasure it can…

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    Moral Dilemmas of the Trolley Case Introduction The Principle of Utility The Principle of Utility, or the Greatest Happiness Principle, actions that are the right actions when the result of the action brings about happiness. If the action results in the opposite of happiness, the action is not in accordance with the Principle of Utility. As John Stuart Mill explains it in the book Utilitarianism, “By happiness is intended pleasure, and the absence of pain; by unhappiness, pain, and the…

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