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Casablanca

Casablanca
Paper instructions:
For your Unit 3 assignment, you will write a paper based on the theme of Good and Evil, and the ethical theories of Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill.
You will choose to view either the movie Casablanca, the movie High Noon, or a different movie that has been approved by your instructor, and will interpret the movie and relate one or two of the movie’s characters to the philosophies of Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill.
You will relate your character selections to the following:
•Immanuel Kant: Categorical Imperative and the concept of duty.
•John Stuart Mill: Utilitarianism and the concept of the “greatest good for the greatest number.”
Immanuel Kant
Immanuel Kant lived from 1723 to 1804. The most important ethical concept you should consider as you think about how one should live the Good Life is his ethical theory called the Categorical Imperative. It is categorical because it applies to all human beings and it is imperative because there are no exceptions.
He insisted ethics should be based on a person’s rational and universal duty both to one’s self and to others. Meaning: Because we are rational beings, we have a rational duty to perform as we live our lives. And for Kant, the highest claim is the ethical claim of a rational duty. His theory is often called “Deontological” and that simply means it is based on our sense of duty and not on just the results.
But duty to what? Could our duty change? Should we have a first duty to our country, to an ideal, or even to God? And in the case of conflicting duties, which should come first?
As you consider your movie selection, select those characters or scenarios you consider to represent Kant’s moral philosophy of duty and the Categorical Imperative.
John Stuart Mill
The second philosopher is John Stuart Mill, who lived from 1806 to 1873. His theory of how we should live the Good Life differs from Kant in that Mill was more concerned with the results or the consequences of our actions. Thus, his theory is often called Consequential Ethics or more commonly referred to as Utilitarianism. He felt the foundation for ethical and moral action should be based on the greatest good or happiness for the greatest number of people.
It is as simple as that or it is as complex as that. Meaning: How do we go about measuring something like “happiness” and by what standard? Interestingly, he and Jeremy Bentham devised a formula known as the Hedonistic Calculus by which we could apply objective standards to measuring happiness.
Accordingly, we should treat others and make laws toward that end. The maximum amount of good or happiness can be obtained by the greatest number of people. In your movie selection, describe those characters or scenarios you understand to be representative of Mill’s philosophy of Utilitarianism and the greatest good for the greatest number.
As you write your paper, consider the following:
•What characters or scenarios support the claims of Kant or Mill?
•What are Deontological and Consequentialist ethical theories?
•How do your character selections or scenarios exemplify Good or Evil?
You are expected to use a minimum of 3 citations from your source reading and from the Capella University Library.
Also, please consult the scoring guide, as this will be used to score your paper.
Assignment Requirements:
•Paper Length: Approximately 950 words.
•Written Communication: Written communication should be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
•APA Formatting: Resources and citations should be formatted according to APA (6th edition) style and formatting.
•Font and Font Size: Arial, 12-point, double-spaced. Use Microsoft Word.
•Number of Resources: Cite a minimum of 3 resources.
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