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This paper revolves around Ethics into use and you are supposed to prepare a clear structured report on how technological progress can still continue and people’s personal rights (and/or society’s rights)–now and in the future– still be safeguarded. Explain ways to balance rights and technological progress, in your opinion. Furthermore, discuss if scientists are just another group demanding rights and if we should use a liberty paradigm or an equality paradigm in considering the ethical quandaries raised by biotechnology in your report. Finally, discuss the role that does a moral compass play in both science and civil rights.
Topic: How can technological progress still continue and people’s personal rights (and/or society’s rights)–now and in the future– still be safeguarded? Explain 2 or 3 ways to balance (political) rights and technological progress, in your opinion.
– Minimum of 2 paragraphs – At least 1 quote from each writer has to be included in each paragraph, which means minimum of 2 quotes(1 from one author and 1 from another) should be in 1 paragraph – 12 points, Times new roman – This is non-native English speaker writing course, so I expect my essay to be not hard – not difficult words and complex sentence structures, etc. – Here’s some questions related to this assignment (generated by my professor): 1. Are scientists just another group demanding rights? 2. Should we use a liberty paradigm or an equality paradigm in considering the ethical quandaries raised by biotechnology? 3. Are reason-forcing conversations the best means of achieving the Dalai Lama’s vision for ethics, or is legislation, or…? 4. What role does a moral compass play in both science and civil rights?