Peter Singer: Animal Ethics Research Paper/Final Exam: Choose a living philosopher and a current global topic; write about how they communicate their professional ethics and values through their published works. How does the current global topic relate and/or not relate to their works? Length six pages, submitted through canvas by 5 pm on the published UVU’s course finals day. The research paper will go through UVU’s plagiarism checker. 1. Research the philosopher/topic (5 pts.) / i.e. Introduce the philosopher in the beginning of your paper. 2. Discuss in your paper on how the philosopher communicated their professional ethics and values through your chosen topic and the philosopher’s published work(s). 3. To answer the questions from the syllabus you might have to delve into the philosopher's other published works and theories. If works are co-written focus only on your philosopher's contribution (10 pts.) 4. Is the topic you have chosen of global concern? (5 pts.) 5. Does this global topic relate or not relate to their own academic work? (5 pts.) See the first page of the syllabus for professional communication values & philosophical theories (5 pts.) Professional Communication values are: 1. Integrity 2. Objectivity 3. Professional Competence 4. Confidentiality 5. Professional Behavior Theories we will encounter are: 1. Consequentialism 2. Deontology 3. Justice as Fairness 4. Utilitarianism 5. Virtue Ethics 6. Care Ethics See the paper specifics below & check grammar (5 pts.): Eight sources must be cited and appropriately referenced. Academic Sources for citations: scholarly publications, books, professional conferences, government documents, theses & dissertations, professional/trade sources, peer-reviewed sources, etc. / (10 pts.) Non-Academic Sources – DO NOT USE: Wiki’s, newspapers, journals, letters, etc. – Check the source, before you use it. Paper specifics Title page, Times New Roman, 12 point font, 1-inch margins, minimum of eight educational resources included as a 7th page; those eight resources must be appropriately cited in the paper, according to APA 7th Ed.; total length of paper, eight pages.