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This is an interesting exercise. Quite apart from the learning of an ethical theory, they learn to be reflective, or so it seems. I think this is quite important as many students, even quite strong students, are remarkably unreflective. They acquire "recipes" for finishing assignments in expedient ways. This exercise has them stop that pattern, and then think ...

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