Philosophy Exam 1 Review

Philosophy Exam 1 Review - Philosophy Review Questions Part...

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Unformatted text preview: Philosophy Review Questions Part 1 1. Ethical intuitions: Reactions to ethical issues and concerns 2. Ethical theory: articulation of ethical ideas Test back and forth E.I. and E.T. 3. Cloning for reproduction/cloning for biomedical research: Presidential council opt for biomedical instead of therapeutic 4. Consequentialists/hedonist/impartial: no one’s pleasures accounts more than anyone else 5. Utility: property or object that moves towards happiness; benefits and aids opposite 6. Greatest happiness principle: actions are right so long as they bring happiness 7. Calculus of happiness (intensity, duration, etc.): a. Bentham: pleasure equivalent b. Mill: higher pleasures 8. Panopticon: Bentham’s prison- principle form of punishment with transparency 9. Act utilitarianism: Bentham: Think in case of each action that leads to greater consequences 10. Rule utilitarianism: Mill: not the outcomes but rule, societies rule 10....
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