Economic Incentives for Reactionary Versus Preventative Medical Care

Economic Incentives for Reactionary Versus Preventative Medical Care

Samantha Kilpatrick In producing various goods and services, many consumers seek their own personal benefits weather these be social, spiritual, or economic. However, the good of the consumer must take precedence over this and their desires prioritized. One prominent example of a common producer-consumer is relationship is that of a doctor and patient. Advancements in … Continue reading

The United States of Aristotelian Utilitarianism

The United States of Aristotelian Utilitarianism

Samantha Baker Depending on which political party Americans support, the United States provides examples of both Aristotelian and Utilitarian views of the individual’s happiness. A closer look at American society as a whole eventually poses the question of what part does the individual person’s values, desires, beliefs, and standards play in his contribution to society? … Continue reading