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Mae and Bill’s conversation about duty

“Are there no morally indifferent acts?” She added, “To argue that there are no morally indifferent acts seems contrary to common sense. Some actions are neither right or wrong; they are morally indifferent.” “You are right to point that out,” maintained Bill. “Even though it may be right to serve as coach for a debating team, […] […]

Morally indifferent acts

A critic might be tempted to ask, ‘Are there no morally indifferent acts. As I see it, to argue that there are no morally indifferent acts seems contrary to common sense. This is apparent from the example I cited above. I could cite numerous other examples. Therefore, ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ are not contradictory terms but […] […]

Common sense grammar

Punctuation Poor punctuation is not limited to those who lack education or language ability. People with master’s degrees in English still sometimes confuse “its” and “it’s,” which should remind us that the rules of punctuation can be quite difficult or possibly downright arbitrary. Consider this sentence, “The problem is solved, life can go on for Billy.” The […] […]

Investigation - Sample report

Dr. Julie Anderson’s Study Dr. Julie Anderson at Altru Health System, was alarmed at the anecdotal reports coming from doctors in Grand Forks immediately after the Great Flood of ‘97. Based on this preliminary data, she suspected that the residents were experiencing more health problems after the Flood. She was also wondering what impact the […] […]