Weakness of the Will
In the first post of this series I give a broad overview of some of the ethical issues arising from the "new genetics."
In my last post I focused on the question of whether it is acceptable to limit access to foods which contribute to the struggle of obesity. Another important aspect of this issue, however, is the manner in which those foods are marketed.
Local State College residents discuss their experience helping others overcome obesity
Does complete freedom really make us free? In the previous two blog posts we saw how personal struggles with obesity are often hampered by weaknesses in the human will. Given this, it may be natural to wonder whether we would benefit from having our wills constrained, and our freedom to act limited in those situations where we face the most temptation.
Obesity is a complex problem and it may require more than just physical change.
How can you move from ethical awareness to ethical action? The Rock Ethics Institute at Penn State can help guide you and give you some tools to help in both your professional and personal lives.