Distinguish the notion of “active disease” and “non-active disease” as the law defines these terms. What are two philosophical arguments of your own to support the position that, really, no justification exists to make this distinction except to benefit a health insurance corporation’s interests. Further, now imagine that you are advocating for the health insurance corporation and wish to make your best case that this distinction is not only real, but also critically necessary. Finally, please include an example of either a physical or mental condition that would have a fine line between active and non-active disease, along with a second example where there is clearly and wide and bright line between the two.
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