Question 1 Lea, a vice-president of International Pharmaceuticals, Inc., does not apply Utilitarianism to business moral issues. One major problem with this ethical theory is that itAnswer Advocates social change through violent revolution when people are not treated justly Forces the individual to conform to the norms of society as to what it means to be socially responsible Justifies human costs that some may find morally unacceptable Promotes utopian societies such as Plato's conception of the Just State.0.5 points Question 2 How would the Sophists best treat the value of social responsibility?Answer Ignore it since nothing is real anyway. Adhere to it since God commands it as in the parable of the Good Samaritan. Use it instrumentally as a tool to empower yourself and your company. Adhere to it since it is an intrinsic moral truth to help others.0.5 points Question 3 Social responsibility theories:Answer Are generally classified as modern ethical versions of Utilitarianism Determine the moral worth of an action regardless of their consequences Are largely precise legalistic formulations Classify corporate social responsibility as typically the corporation engaging in community and civic affairs in a prudent manner.0.5 points Question 4 Nobel Prize winner Professor Emeritus Milton Friedman would favor a corporate code of conduct that would:Answer Maximize profits at all costs. Maximize profits based on open and free competition. Maximize profits as long as the corporation "plays within the rules" without fraud, deception, or other illegality. B and C only.0.5 points Question 5 The doctrine that holds that business has an obligation to generally do good charitable deeds for society is:Answer Moral minimum Maximizing profits Social responsibility Corporate legal status.0.5 points Question 6 Social responsibility can be best described as:Answer Acting legally Acting morally Taking an active part in one's community affairs and contributing to charities All of the above.