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Question 2
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The theory of Deontology is a consequentialist theory
True
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Immanuel Kant’s moral philosophy opposes consequentialist theories
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False
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According to Kant’s moral philosophy, an action has moral worth if our motives behind the action obey a rational principle.
True
False
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Question 5
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Kant would see the exploitation of children as immoral because:
he firmly believed children would become decent adults if they were treated like children
he believed children needed to attend school 
he rigidly believed that people should not be treated as means to an end
none of the above
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Kant believed there was only one capacity which determined one’s standing in the moral universe, this was:
reason
sincerity
compassion
business
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Utilitarians strongly advocate that “the end justifies the means”.
True
False
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A person who always help and serve others before satisfying his/her own need is viewed as an altruist person. 
True
False
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Question 9
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Ethical relativism embraces the concept of tolerance and pluralism.
True
False
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Question 10
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Philosophy has found the beginning of morality in religious faith.
True
False
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Socrates emphasized the importance of being an obedient citizen rather than being a critical thinker. 
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False
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Question 12
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The sole reason for Aristotle of developing a virtuous character was to be:
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Virtue is _______________ between the extremes of vice – excess and deficiency.
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Aristotle believed the purpose of a human was to  
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For Aristotle, goodness of character must be developed by 
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Question 16
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What is the central philosophical concept of the moral philosophy of Immanuel Kant
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Question 17
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Who said that if you can’t universalize your action then it is not moral?
I. Kant 
Socrates
J. Bentham
David Hume
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Question 18
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Nonconsequentialist theories locate morality on the outcomes and the benefits of our actions.
True
False
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Question 19
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Mercy killing is illegal in the US.
True
False
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Question 20
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A strong argument against mercy killing is based on the principle of
Goodness
Justice
Liberty
Life
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Question 21
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Which US state has a law allowing “assisted suicide”?
Oregon
Arkansas
Vermont
New York
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Question 22
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Moral rules for Kant are established by reasoning alone, according to:
Outcomes and desire
Rational consistency and universalizability
Law and collective happiness
Faith 
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Question 23
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One downside or disadvantage that nonconsequentialist theories of morality have is
It focuses on the cost-benefit analysis
Human happiness and consequences are not taken into account
Creates absolute rules with exceptions.
Provide strong guidance for economic benefit
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Question 24
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Prima facie duties literally are duties
Given by the church
Depending on economic progress
Based on government profit
At first glance 
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Question 25
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One of the downsides of consequentialist theories is that
They are based on hypothesis and predictions
They emphasize moral character of the person doing the act
They are based on duties and obligations
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Question 26
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Which of the following is a strength of nonconsequentialist approaches
It shuts down moral debate
Ignores human happiness
Rules are not determined by the outcomes and benefits of the action
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