Ethics and Hunger. Sources: World Hunger and Morality (1996 Aiken and LaFollette) World Food Problem (2004 Leathers and Foster) The Elements of Moral Philosophy (1993 Rachels). Ethics. How do we know what is right and wrong? Use ethical theories to develop ethical arguments
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World Hunger and Morality (1996 Aiken and LaFollette)
World Food Problem (2004 Leathers and Foster)
The Elements of Moral Philosophy (1993 Rachels)
“I do not see why man cannot be just as cruel as nature”
Who said it?
Arguments that hunger is not morally acceptable
Jakarta, Indonesia Slum
Feeding orphans in Afghanistan
Idi Amin received U.S. aid
entrenches the disadvantages of the poor
Arguments that hunger is morally acceptable
Beggar with leprosy, India
“I contend that we are the first race in the world and the more of the world we inhabit the better it is for the human race…”
George A. Custer