Code of Ethics
Presents a code of ethics for information technologists based on business practices and fair representation. Also provides the philosophical rationale (by Bentham and Kant) for the code.
Discusses the plight of the outsider. Analysis of the character of Victor Frankenstein in Mary Shelley's novel. Why he is a more complex Other than the monster he creates. Why Frankenstein rejects the larger community. His obsessive pursuit of knowledge; his monomania. His rejection of limits to science. Why his experiment fails.
Christology and the Theology of Sin
This paper consists of two essays, one summarizing works by Bloesch and McGrath on Christology, and one summarizing Bernard Ramm's book Offense to Reason: A Theology of Sin.
Two Men and a Lot of Trucks
This paper uses the article "Two Men and a Lot of Trucks" as the basis for an evaluation of the Two Men and a Truck moving business and its mission, social responsibility, and ethics.
An analysis of Robert Jackson's Opening Address to the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal as an appeal to emotion rather than reason. The postwar context in which Jackson's address was given.
Dead Man Walking
Rehabilitation and punishment as portrayed in the film "Dead Man Walking." Contends that although the film does not address the issue of the death penalty, it addresses the efficacy and morality of capital punishment.
Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal
This paper provides a discussion of former Nazi Ernst Kaltenbrunner’s defense of himself during the Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal. The paper provides an analysis of Kaltenbrunner’s defense of duty and ignorance, and whether or not it is justified in light of the charges against him.