PHIL 160 (Fall '07) Study Guide#2

PHIL 160 (Fall '07) Study Guide#2 - PHIL 160 Introduction...

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PHIL 160 – Introduction to Ethics Study Guide #2 The following is a list of concepts and topics with which it behooves you to be familiar in preparing for the second exam on November 6 th . In addition to the following, you should be familiar with the material downloadable from the Handouts and Assignments links on the website. 1. How to PEE an argument 2. What a criterion of morally permissible action is 3. What a theory of value is 4. Consequentialist Moral Theories (i.e., versions of Consequentialism) 5. States of Affairs Theories of Value 6. Hedonistic Theories of Value (i.e., versions of Hedonism) 7. Utilitarian Criteria of Moral Permissibility (i.e., versions of Utilitarianism) 8. Benthamian (or Benthamite) Hedonic Values of pleasures, pains, and states of affairs 9. Bentham’s Theory of Value (Quantitative Hedonism) and Bentham’s Criterion of Morally Permissible Action (Quantitative Utilitarianism) 10. Millian Hedonic Values of pleasures, pains, and states of affairs 11. Mill’s Theory of Value (Qualitative Hedonism) and Mill’s Criterion of Morally
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course PHIL 160 taught by Professor Pete during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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PHIL 160 (Fall '07) Study Guide#2 - PHIL 160 Introduction...

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