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1. Deontology argues that correct moral rules are (Points :

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1. Deontology argues that correct moral rules are (Points : 1)
based on emotions.

2. “Bivalence” refers to the idea that all sentences are (Points : 1)
true or false

3. Utilitarians evaluate the morality of an act by examining the (Points : 1)
consequences of the act.
the person carrying out the act.
the feelings of the person carrying out the act.
the amount of pain generated by the act.

4. An ethical egoist argues that you should do something if (Points : 1)
it makes everyone better off.
it makes you better off.
it conforms to God’s laws.
it is illegal.

5. A relativist might say the following about gay marriage: (Points : 1)
It could be permitted in some societies.
It cannot be permitted in any society.
It must be permitted in every society.
Marriage is defined as involving both a man and a woman.

6. The philosopher most closely identified with virtue ethics is (Points : 1)
Immanuel Kant.

7. A philosophical argument should involve (Points : 1)
hurt feelings.
evidence or reasons.

8. One objection to utilitarianism is that it
(Points : 1)
is too difficult to make popular.
was developed by the English.
may ignore minority rights.
fails to consider an act’s consequences.

9. A moral rule is regarded as justified by the deontologist if (Points : 1)
it can be universalized.
it can be criticized.
it produces the best result.
it makes a person feel good.

10. The three classical ethical theories are (Points : 1)
ontology, utilitarianism, and radicalism.
emotivism, oncology, and virtue ethics.
deontology, virtue ethics, and materialism.
utilitarianism, deontology, and virtue ethics.
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