[ORDER SOLUTION] Economics in the Current News
What’s the problem? Select and post an artifact that symbolizes the complexity of the pandemic we are analyzing in this quarter. An artifact should have some professional weight to it and can include an artistic photo you took, a digital image you found online and edited, a music video, lyrics, an art piece in a gallery, a theatre production, choreographed dance, a ceramics piece, an art installation, or other symbols that capture our cultural Zeitgeist. Tell me why this piece captures well, for you, the complexities of the given pandemic(s). They Say. Write or narrate one to two sentences answering the question “What the right thing is to do?” from the perspective of one of the ethical theorist’s and their approach from the the quarter we are analyzing. E.g., “A utilitarian like Peter Singer would say the right thing to do given the economic pandemic is X and Y.” You should distinguish which philosopher from the approach you are referencing. In the example, I used Peter Singer as opposed to John Stuart Mill’s or Jeremy Bentham’s who have different versions of utilitarianism. I should be able to understand the philosopher and approach you are explaining. I Say. Write or say one to two sentences of what you say is the right thing to do. Given what you say is the right thing to do, Indicate if you are using the same ethical theory from step two to support your position. If not, what ethical theory are you using to support your position? They Say. Ask someone else what they say is the right thing to do and identify what ethical theory they are using. Indicate the philosopher, what the ethical theory says, and how you know this is the theory that best supports their position. Mechanics. Check your writing for spelling errors or typos or edit your video to remove “ums” and other distracting features. Ensure the lighting, sound, and video quality feature your ideas clearly. Submit by the quarter due dates to be included in the tapestry of ideas that I will create for each quarter.