Evaluate the ‘topic’ of your essay according to the following ethical perspectives: Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics, Kant’s Duty Ethics, Utilitarian Ethics (Bentham, JS Mill), Animal Ethics (Singer and/or Regan), JB Callicott’s Environmental Ethics, Holmes Rolston’s Earth Ethics, Arne Naess’ Deep Ecology, an Environmental Ethics essay and an Environmental Ethics essay. Compare and contrast how each perspective applies to the topic. Choose one perspective that provides the most ethical solution to your topic. Provide reasons to explain why that perspective provides the most ethical solution. The reasons why you have chosen that perspective, based on comparing their application, will make up the supporting points of your argument. The thesis of your argument is that this ethical perspective (e.g., Aristotle’s Virtue Ethics) offers the most ethical solution.
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