(Death Penalty in US) Describe at least two moral positions on the matter.
- Revised the Ethics Timeline from the file uploaded to include the philosophers David Hume, Friedrich Nietzsche, Philippa Foot, Immanuel Kant, Thomas Hobbes, John Stuart Mill, and Mary Wollstonecraft.
Potential Software or Tools to Make Your Timeline:
Miro: This is typically used to collaborate on a whiteboard-type space, but you can use it, too, to create a detailed whiteboard artifact (like a timeline).
Canva: This is a free graphic making tool that allows you to create a custom graphic. There are many templates, so you may find a timeline template you can modify. It also comes loaded with a variety of free graphics, shapes, and elements you can use for the timeline graphic details.
Google Drawing: As part of your University of Maine System account, you have access to a free Google Docs or Google Drive account where you can find Google Drawing. This is a free graphic-creation or “paint” software you can use to create your timeline. (Note: you can also use Google Slides to make your timeline).
Creately: This is typically used for project management, but you can also use it to create a timeline for this class.
Venngage: This software will help you create a classic, simple timeline.
Lucidchart: Another tool often used for projects and collaborations that can also help you generate a timeline.
Prezi: This presentation tool has templates for timelines you can use to create yours. If you choose, you could share a link to your interactive Timeline with this software (just make sure it’s open and shared to the public).
- (Death Penalty in US) Describe at least two moral positions on the matter. Establish an ethical framework to approach the subject. Cite at least two philosophers to validate each moral position you’ve established. (300-500 words)