Choose a profession other than engineering, and critically discuss whether it is ever morally permissible and/or morally obligatory for a professional to blow the whistle in the case of moral wrong doing.

TOPICS
1. Critically discuss whether and how professional ethics is distinct from ordinary ethics, using two different professions as the basis for your discussion.

For each of the two professions you choose, provide at least one example of a situation where, arguably, professional duties would require a violation of ordinary morality.

For each situation, defend a position on whether or not professional duties and obligations should take priority over ordinary duties and obligations or vice versa.

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2. Choose a profession other than engineering, and critically discuss whether it is ever morally permissible and/or morally obligatory for a professional to blow the whistle in the case of moral wrong doing. Under what conditions and what kind of actions might warrant whistle blowing?

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3. Critically compare situations in which lawyers and physicians may wish to withhold their services. Do you believe that physicians and lawyers are professionally and morally obligated to provide their services to those in need?

In what way are these professions/professionals similar and different in this regard?

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Approximately 250 words