Philosophy Exam 2 Identities

Philosophy Exam 2 Identities - Part 1 1. Deontology:...

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Part 1 1. Deontology : rightness or wrongness of actions themselves as opposed to the consequences 2. Teleology : philosophical study of design, purpose, directive principle, or finality in nature or human creations 3. Consequentialists : refers to those moral theories which hold that the consequences of a particular action form the basis for any valid moral judgment about that action 4. Non-Consequentialists : theory of value judges the rightness or wrongness of an action based on properties intrinsic to the action 5. A priori : evident through thinking alone and not based on sense experience 6. Good will: good will is good in itself and not by what it produces 7. Hypothetical Imperative : is a commandment of reason that applies conditionally: if A, then B, where A is a condition or goal, and B is an action. (means as an end) 8. Categorical Imperative : unconditional and an end in itself 9. Maxim : subjective principle or rule that the will of an individual uses in making a decision 10. Universal
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course PHIL 150 taught by Professor G during the Spring '06 term at BU.

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Philosophy Exam 2 Identities - Part 1 1. Deontology:...

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