Climate Change: rewrite the essay provided with the source and answer the prompt

Prompt: Is there a moral duty to refrain from joyguzzling? Reconstruct one of Kingston Sinnot-Armstrong’s arguments as to why there’s no moral duty to refrain from joyguzzling and critically evaluate it. Present and defend your own view as to whether there’s a moral duty to refrain from joyguzzling.
Use these bits of info to guide you:
– Engage with 1 or 2 of the argument that Kingston + Sinnott-Armstong put forward and then refute those arguments as well.
-Kingston Sinnott-Armstong says: there’s no moral duty to refrain from joyguzzling
–> Agree with the thesis that there’s no moral duty but defend the thesis against new objections or add your own critical argument
-INCLUDE IN ARGUMENT: There is no moral duty to refrain from joyguzzling
-ARGUMENT as to WHY THERE IS A MORAL DUTY:
1. Even if the impact is negligible, it contributes to a large-scale cumulative impact which can also have a social impact that influences others
a. You drop a wrapper on the street and your litter, it encourages others to participate and increases the odds that keep happening
b. Contribution to a cumulative impact, people never know whether you’re driving for pleasure or for a purpose.

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