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: 02.03.2017 01:00
Can choose from any of the 6 topics included. Here are the topics: 1. According to Ashley John Craft, the theft of $16 500 worth of EVE Online in-game assets by the Guiding Hand Social Club was immoral for the same reasons that theft is immoral in real-world contexts (pp. 212 â€“ 213). Write an essay wherein you develop at one good reason for thinking that Craft fails to make his case. 2. For Craft, the betrayal needed for GHSC to perpetrate its assassination and theft in EVE Online represented a violation of the trust of their fellow users that would be considered immoral in real-world contexts (pp. 213 â€“ 215). Write an essay in which you develop at least one good reason for thinking that Craftâ€™s assessment of this act of â€˜betrayalâ€™ is flawed. 3. According to Marya Schechtman, the Narrative Self-Constitution View can be used to explain the claims of those who maintain that their avatars in Second Life are identical with their persons in Real Life; they can be understood as interacting subplots of a broader â€˜single-person narrativeâ€™ (pp. 338 â€“ 341). Write an essay in which you develop at least one good reason for thinking that Schechtmanâ€™s attempt to explain this understanding of personal identity is not successful. 4. Alyson Leigh Young and Anabel Quan-Haase maintain their findings show social network users are concerned with, and adopt strategies to protect, their social privacy; but they do not demonstrate a similar concern about institutional privacy. As a result, Young and Quan-Haase argue that greater efforts need to be dedicated to informing social network users about the ways in which their on-line activity is being monitored, aggregated, and used by institutions (pp. 493 â€“ 496). Write an essay in which you develop at least one good reason for thinking that Young and QuanHaaseâ€™s conclusion about the need to focus on institutional privacy is flawed. 5. Owing to the fact that practical and applied ethics analyzes current matters of ethical import and prioritizes public discourse, Michael Parker argues that researchers engaged in practical and applied ethics have a strong interest in moving away from subscription-based publishing in favour of an open-access model. Write an essay in which you develop at least one good reason for thinking that Parkerâ€™s support for this claim is not compelling. 6. John Willinsky and Juan Pablo Alperin argue that there is an ethical obligation for academics to support open access publishing because the risk open access presents to the profitability of the publishing industry does not outweigh the direct social benefits it provides. Write an essay in which you develop at least one good reason for thinking that Willinsky and Alperinâ€™s position is implausible.
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