Dr. Merrick: Making The Feminist

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Honor and prestige from making clones is what is in the self-interest of Dr. Merrick, making the creation of clones morally right for himself. He believes that making clones is a duty that brings the highest payoff to himself. By curing diseases and saving people’s lives, he is comparing himself to God. Comparing himself to God is selfish, but that is what ethical egoists believe they should be at all times. Dr. Merrick is constantly cultivating his talents to his fullest ability by improving his clones. The best ethical approach to take while looking at this movie is deontology and using the categorical comparative. I think that deontology is the best choice because it uses the notion of acting in such a way that a person’s maxim could be
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