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Nietzsche Discussion


  1. What does Nietzsche mean by "master-morality" and "slave morality?" Can you see examples of this comparison in our own society today?
  1. Comment on Donald Trump’s meteoric, yet improbable, rise to power, becoming the president of the United States. It what way does he embody the Uber Mensch that Nietzsche describes and aspires toward? In what way is it different?
  2. How does Nietzsche’s position come to bear on your own research topic? What would he say to your area of research?

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Outline 1. Introduction-Topic a. Ethical dilemma in protecting civilians while upholding the law 2. Thesis a. Law and order in any society is achieved through law enforcers and respect for the law. In this process, enforcers face ethical dilemmas in various situations. Ethical dilemma among law enforcers is hugely due to stereotypes, personal interests and experiences. Many accusations against law enforcers such as discrimination and use of excessive force are on the rise. Law enforcers should work towards maintaining order without causing harm to innocent people. 3. Two arguments a. It is ethical for law enforcers to use force and profiling to protect the civilians b. It is unethical for law enforcers to use force and profiling to protect the civilians 4. Argument 1 a. Civilians should be ready to accept the use of force and profiling to ensure that criminal activities are eliminated in the society. Law enforcers are able to target individuals rather and plan how to handle them 5. Objection 1 a. It would create fear among civilians as they could be profiled because they belong to certain group in the society. 6. Argument 2 a. The use of force and profiling would result in a negative attitude towards the police enforcement b. The use of these approaches would result in discrimination against certain individuals due to stereotypes. 7. Objection 2 a. Law enforcers would not be able to contain crime because of the lack of profiling of possible individuals involved. Crime would rise as law enforcers would use simple approaches to handling crime which cannot work on hardcore criminals. 8. Argument 3 a. Civilians should take part in the maintenance of law and order. Community policing is crucial in ensuring that the relationship between the law enforcers and the people is established. Trust is important in the process as people are able to work together. 9. Objection 3 a. Although the community plays an important role in eliminating crime, this would not be enough to solve high crime rates. Some societies cooperate with criminals hence it would be difficult to identify criminals 10. Argument 4 a. The society and law enforcers should act within the law provisions. Every individual must take up their responsibilities to make their neighborhoods safe and habitable. 11. Objection 4 a. The society cannot act uniformly hence there are individuals that act against the law. This requires an active involvement of the law enforcers in the society to prevent such individuals form committing crime. Trusting people to act right is not enough to solve crime. 12. Conclusion References Crime in America, Causes. (n.d.). The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America: An Encylopedia. doi:10.4135/9781452218427.n156 Ethical Considerations. (n.d.). Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving. doi:10.4135/9781452276113.n54 Ethical Issues in Policing. (2017). doi:10.4324/9781315256108 Flanagin, A. (2009). Ethical and Legal Considerations. AMA Manual of Style. doi:10.1093/jama/9780195176339.003.0005 Kleinig, J. (n.d.). Ethical challenges for police management. The ethics of policing, 256-278. doi:10.1017/cbo9781139172851.014 Moore, G. (2017). Virtue Ethics and Organizational Ethics. Oxford Scholarship Online. doi:10.1093/oso/9780198793441.003.0003 Paxton, M. A. (2009). Racial profiling and searches: did the politics of racial profiling change police behavior? Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management, 32(4). doi:10.1108/pijpsm.2009.18132dae.002 Police Chief Perspectives: Community Relations. (2017). doi:10.4135/9781506372884 Police-Community Relations. (n.d.). Encyclopedia of Community Policing and Problem Solving. doi:10.4135/9781452276113.n101 Racist Hate Crime. (n.d.). Hate Crime: Impact, Causes & Responses, 16-30. doi:10.4135/9781473918108.n2 ...
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One of the themes by Fredrich Nietzsche’s talks about master morality and slave morality
in his argument; he claims that master morality gives a lot of values of pride and power. On the
other hand...

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