Commercialization of organ transplants

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Commercialization of Organ Transplants

I. Introduction:

The following report contains a summary of the arguments for and against the commercialization of transplants found in the research. Formulation on the position of which the debate of whether or not the sale of organs should be permitted is presented. There is the defense of moral judgment with a moral argument along with the identification of the moral principle that is appealing to the moral argument. Followed by, the normative theory that best supports the conclusion. Determination of the considerations for and the process of ethical business decision making to balance corporate and social responsibilities and address moral, economic, and legal concerns
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Therefore, moral arguments come before they result as a moral judgment. In defense of moral judgment with a moral argument in this case, it is morally incorrect to commit a crime, break the law, and sell a transplant organs. Another argument, according to a utilitarian would be does it make the majority happy. (Shaw, 2011, p 31). Well, yes it makes the receivers of the organs happy if they survive the transplant and it makes the human traffickers happy because they make money or drugs in the exchange of set organs.
V. Identification of the Moral Principle That is Appealing to the Moral Argument: Identification of the moral principle formulated when one is young, through education or with the careful and conscientious guidance of ones parents. Moral principle formed through what we believe to be true, just and is a result out of duty to do the right thing, guilt, and our conscience. Another reason to appeal towards a moral interest is “what is in it for me attitude?” and can these morals work for me to control my own desires. (Shaw, 2011,p 22)
VI. Normative Theory that Best Supports the Conclusion: Normative theory that best supports the conclusion is the differentiation of right from wrong and if the consequences produced were a result of a positive outcome then it was meant to be otherwise if the outcome was negative the act is
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