Remember, your task is not to judge right or wrong. Like Sandel, your analysis ought to consider each framework critically, which does leave room for your own point of view. For example, we get the feeling that Sandel is not a huge supporter of utilitarianism because of two objections:1. Individual Rights get trampled when you only weigh what most people like and 2) Reducing ethical choices to common currency of value makes robot-like decisions about things that really matter: Love, Beauty, Kindness, Compassion, Decency, Brotherhood, Sisterhood and so forth.
Part I. Description of Case study
Part II. Analysis of Ethical Frameworks; in this section, you will be evaluated using lines 2-4 of the Ethical Reasoning VALUE rubric
A. Ethical Framework I
B. Ethical Framework II
Part III Analysis — Weighing Ethical Frameworks and Ethical Reflection; in this section, you will be evaluated using lines 2-5 of the Ethical Reasoning VALUE rubric (linked above)