In response to the case study on page 42, “Religious Exemption and the Death of Matthew Swan.” Your response should briefly summarize the case and answer the following questions (not necessarily in order):
Should the Swans and Beagleys have sought medical attention for their children? Why or why not? What values are at stake for the families, and how should they choose among them?
Is it morally justifiable to have religious-exemption laws, allowing parents to refuse medical care for their children?
How does this case reflect on the strengths or weaknesses of moral relativism?
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