paternalism by Gerald Dworkin
Instructions for Critical Papers
I imagine that a friend has found out you’re taking a biomedical ethics course and expressed an interest in one of the assigned topics, for example the Willowbrook case, Han Jonas’article, or the debate between the Hellmans and Eugene Passamani, etc, and they asked you about the things you’ve been reading about it in class and what do you think about the issue. Think of the critical essays as your thoughtful response to your friend’s inquiry.
The first thing you need to do is pick a topics for and decide what you’re going to say about it.
Your introduction should provide three important pieces of information:
1. What is the topic?
2. Why is it important/interesting?
3. What are you going to say about it?
Since your friend has not read the assigned readings on the topic you chose you are going to have to provide a summary of the issue and an account of what the assigned authors have so say about it. Provide a summary of the important points raised by they author(s) so your friend will be able to follow the discussion. Once you have provided this foundation I want to see you dig in and critically evaluate what the authors have to say about the topic. What did you like and/or dislike, did if find it convincing or not and, most importantly, I want to know your reasons for accepting/rejecting what they have to say.
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