Title: Extreme Measures

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Julia B
Date: July 13, 2016
Level: University
Grade: A
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Dr. Myrick decided that the means of taking a healthy homeless person and killing them by performing experiments on them justifies the end for finding a cure for quadriplegic paralysis. He justifies to himself that by being able to find a cure for quadriplegic paralysis there is no wrong in taking a completely healthy person and performing experimental surgery on them by cutting their spinal cord...

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He also feels justified in doing this because he is choosing homeless people to perform his surgeries on and their lives are not socially valued. The homeless people, in this situation, were considered less of being humans by their impairment of being homeless. By using a person merely as a means to an end is an example of a Kantian principle...

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