There is article attached. When answering make it short and simple. 1. Choose an experience from your life. Analyze this experience using the three-tiered model. 2. (a) Name some of your heal

There is article attached. When answering make it short and simple. 

1.  

Choose an experience from your life. Analyze this experience using the three-tiered model.

2.  

(a) Name some of your healthy coping mechanisms.

(b) What can you do to strengthen these?

3.  

(a) What type of resistance are you most likely to use when one of your cherished worldviews is challenged?

(b) Illustrate your answer with a specific example of a time you used this type of resistance during a discussion about a moral issue.

(c) What can you do to make yourself less prone to use this type of resistance?

4.  

(a) Which fallacy are you most likely to use in a discussion about a moral issue?

(b) Give an example of a time you used this fallacy.

(c) What fallacy are you most likely to fall for in a discussion about a moral issue?

(d) Give an example of a time this fallacy was used on you.

(e) Discuss strategies you might use to make yourself less prone to using or falling for these particular fallacies.

5.  

(As you sketch out your moral dilemma, use the first 4 steps in the box on p. 66.)

(a) Choose an unresolved moral dilemma from your personal life.

(b) Using the method outlined in this chapter, find a solution to your dilemma. (You are not required to carry out the proposed solution as part of this assignment.)

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