Filial Morality and Our Parents (English vs. Sommers)

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No sources needed. Opinion based. Extremely short responses is all that is required.

You have been loved and nurtured by your parents all of your life. Your parents have paid for your college education, your car, and all your travel and entertainment. You know that they would gladly a give their lives for you if necessary.

Unfortunately, your father has developed early Alzheimer’s disease and your mother was in a bad automobile accident and cannot take care of your father at home. Your parents have never made much money, but they have given you a whole lot of love. You have a good job now that allows you live fairly comfortably but not extravagantly. Your mother asked for financial help in placing your father in an assisted living/nursing home.

Do you? If so, why?

If not, why not?

Post your thoughts and comments after reading each article by Jane English (What Do Grown Children Owe Their Parents?) and by Carolyn Hoff Sommers (Filial Morality).

  • ** If it were possible, I would like to witness a debate between the two authors! **

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Yes, I would help my mother in placing my sick father in a nursing home. This is because
as English, J. (1992) puts it the duties of grown children to their parents are those of friends and
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