The popular Second Career program in Ontario has been given somewhat of a reprieve with the announcement that the Canadian Federal Government has committed to staying the course and will fulfill the three-year term in which the program was initially created (and intended) to run.
In John Locke’s 2nd Treatise of Authorities, his entire political philosophy hinges upon the fact that people are moral equals and therefore unable to legitimately govern or impose rules upon another with out that other person’s consent. For Locke, the right solution to this is entitled express consent. According to Locke, “[n]o body doubts but an express consent, of any guy entering into any society, makes him an ideal member of that society, a subject of that government” (Locke 64). Express consent is the ideal method to bind the unique members collectively. This nevertheless, raises numerous difficulties for Locke once critics begin to question how someone can consent to a system of authorities for which they by no means expressly consented or gave their agreement; merely stated, they weren’t the founding members, and thus how can it be argued that they are legitimately ruled by the government? Locke’s rebuttal is tacit consent, a technique by which any guy “that hath any belongings, or satisfaction, of any component with the dominions of any authorities, doth thereby give his tacit consent” to be ruled by that government (64). Although this seems to be a sound treatment, further holes can be uncovered using a hypothetical, but extremely plausible, situation to demonstrate. The scenario is as outlined below:
Phlebotomy is the process of piercing the flesh with a needle in order to enter a vein and extract blood from the body. This is also known as venipuncture. The terminology comes from the Greek word phlebo meaning vein, and tom meaning cut. Most often the blood is used for diagnostic (testing) purposes and at times this process can be done to replace blood loss (transfusion). Regular phlebotomy is undergone by patients who have too much iron in their blood or are producing too many red blood cells. Removal of blood decreases the excess level of iron in the red blood cells.
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