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    Aristotle elaborates on the arguments which he has presented concerning moral virtues, and invokes the concepts of voluntary and involuntary actions, choice, and responsibility to support his claims. The first segment within Book III of The Nicomachean Ethics concentrates on the conditions required for a person to either praise or blame another individual with regards to the actions that the other party has undertaken. On the aforesaid matter, Aristotle suggests that individuals should be praised when the hardships associated with their actions result in noteworthy successes; while on the reverse, also states that people should be blamed when their endeavours are…

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    During the time I had between school and my job, I performed the most involuntary actions. For example, as I was watching a show on Hulu, there were various commercials play throughout the program. Between those commercial, I used my phone to go on Instagram and look at pictures, since I'm used to doing it most of the time, now these actions became a habit. It is a very involuntary action because there were occasions where I unlocked my phone and opened Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram or even…

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    He first distinguishes between voluntary and involuntary actions, citing actions done by ignorance and by force as the only conditions of an involuntary action. According to Aristotle, an action done by force “has its principle outside the person forced, who contributes nothing,” and an action done by ignorance is caused by ignorance of the particulars (Aristotle, 31). These particulars are specific aspects of a situation and Aristotle identifies them as: “who is doing it; what he is doing;…

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    In this essay I will discuss the legislative framework of the coercive nature of involuntary community treatment orders in legal, ethical and NSW Health Policy contexts to show the rationale of a cto and the powers behind this treatment order. Involuntary Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) are sectioned under the mental health legislation of each jurisdiction in Australia. CTOs are a legal document which gives authority to a mental health team to give coercive treatment to consumers with a mental…

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    onto an upcoming train and died instantly. It was later found that Mr. Goldstein had schizophrenia and at the time was not taking his medication. This event caused the public to be upset and demand for safety precautions for the community against individuals like Mr. Goldstein. The Kendra law became effective that same year, allowing courts to order certain individuals with mental illnesses to accept outpatient treatment. This law however, limits the freedoms of these individuals by controlling…

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    have a right to assisted suicide and Euthanasia? And if so, how does it affect the whole society. Before I can try to answer those question I need to explain euthanasia and assisted suicide, ethical issues and explain my moral issue with this case. The word Euthanasia is a greek word and eu means good and Thanatos means death. Euthanasia is the deliberate act undertaken by one person with the intention of ending the life of another person in order to relieve that person’s suffering. There are…

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    determines how to care for individuals who may require voluntary or involuntary admission to a mental health facility. In the NWT, the mental health legislation has undergone recent public review. By October 2015, Bill 55: Mental Health Act (2015) passed its third reading in the legislature, but news sources stated that it would take approximately a year to come into effect (Thurton, 2015a). In looking forward, Bill 55: Mental Health Act (2015) is meant to…

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    Services, Statute C.R.S. § 27-65-103(2). When a professional counselor is treating a minor they can advise parents or legal guardians of treatment services the minor is receiving. Section #8: Involuntary commitment. What are the laws regarding involuntary commitment in your state? Emergency Procedures, statute C.R.S. § 27-65-105 (a) (I). Definitions, statutes C.R.S. § 27-65-102 (1); (4.5) (a). When someone appears to be of danger to themselves or others, or gravely disabled the individual…

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    stable in the community; connected to needed social services and network, thus improving the overall quality of life (). Some supports assert that patients who are discharged without a treatment plan are more likely to be readmitted to the hospital, a place where involuntary patients have little to no rights (). Their support is based on the premise that patients who comply on a regular basis with their treatment regimen are not likely to fall through the cracks due to the care coordination and…

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    reasons, the first being they have socialized medicine. The second reason being have both active euthanasia and Physician- assisted suicide. “Active euthanasia and PAS differ in an important respect: in cases of PAS, the patient him or herself is the instigator of death, whereas in cases of active euthanasia, the physician is the instigator of death,” (Dieterle 2007). Since the Netherlands has legalized both their rates are going to be hire. Other arguments that made against the…

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