Autrey’s Act Of Saving The Stranger Moral Argument Case Analysis

In this case study, you will evaluate Autrey’s act of saving the stranger by holding him down in the drainage trench by following the steps listed below.
Step 1: Your judgment of Autrey’s act of saving the stranger.
Step 2: Use at least two premises to construct a moral argument that supports your judgment. Write the argument as a numbered list of claims. Mark the normative premise(s) with an asterisk; mark the conclusion with the conclusion symbol, .: (You may use a period followed by a column to do the conclusion symbol). Indicate clearly if you are using Type I or Type II argument (c.f., Lesson 5.3)
Step 3: Evaluate the argument. In a short paragraph, explain how well the argument satisfies the three criteria for a good argument— premise acceptability, relevance, and sufficiency that you learned in Chapter 1.
Step 4: Do a Second-Tier Evaluation. Evaluate the argument in terms of the following three concepts in Virtue Ethics.
(1) Motivation/Character Traits(2) Practical Wisdom(3) Virtues as multi-track dispositions
Step 5: Expand your Two-Tier Evaluation. Describe a time when you or someone you know acted out of a morally admirable motivation but ended up failing to achieve what you set out to do. Was your failure the result of bad luck, a failure of practical wisdom or both? What would Autrey do if he were in your shoe? Why?

 

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